SQL Sets v.1.1

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SQL Sets allows you to quickly capture and organize snapshots of your SQL Server data into a single, self-contained file called a Portable Data Document. In conjunction with the free SQL Sets Reader, these files allow for easy sharing of and collaboration on relational data with team members and business partners, or simple saving and archiving for other purposes - with no need for a database connection or concerns about export formats.

With advanced query generation and relational data navigation tools, including Deep Fetch Queries, and features such as Bookmarking, Annotations, Grouping, Filtering and Sorting, SQL Sets provides all of the productivity features you've come to expect from traditional document management tools such as word processors and spreadsheets, with a specific focus on relational data.

Capture snapshots of SQL Server data. Quickly capture and organize snapshots of your SQL Server data into a single, self-contained file called a Portable Data Document.

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  • SQL Sets
  • 1.1
  • PrimalBits Software
  • WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista
  • Shareware
  • 9.32 Mb
  • 221
  • $195.00
 
 

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