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SQL4X Manager J 3.4 improves visual design features

updated 06:10 pm EDT, Thu October 13, 2005

SQL4X Manager J 3.4

dbSuite today released for Mac OS X, its professional database tool for Web developers, database developers, administrators, and power users. The upgrade introduces Entity Relationship Modelling (ERM) with support for database reverse engineering, and several bug fixes. Version 3.4 also provides more control over the graphical appearance of database design models, and enhances overall usability of the Entity Relationship Modeller. Features include navigation through the database; monitoring and administration of system settings; access to databases, tables, and data; management of users and access privileges; graphical creation and alteration of table designs; importation and exportation of data; execution of SQL queries, stored procedures, and commands; a PHP/JSP code generator; creation and printing of reports; transfer of data between any JDBC compliant server; graphically managed stored procedures, functions and triggers; graphical design of database layout; and a query assistant to graphically create SQL queries. The upgrade is free for existing users of SQL4X Manager J 3.x. SQL4X Manager J 3.4 is priced at $60 for the Basic edition, $130 for the Professional edition, and $250 for the Enterprise edition.




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