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Aqua Data Studio 7.5 adds file search tool, charts

updated 11:20 am EDT, Tue April 28, 2009

Aqua Data Studio 7.5

AquaFold has posted the v7.5 update to its database administration tool, Aqua Data Studio. The software supports Oracle, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server, among other platforms. The latest version offers a new file search tool that searches the complete contents of files, and two added editors for Java and JavaScript. Also present are additional charts, enhanced performance, and more languages to choose from. Performance improvements emphasize a 40 percent reduction in memory consumption when retrieving sizable text and grid results.

The new file search tool works in the background, and allows users to hunt within files in version control repositories. With the added Java and JavaScript editors people receive user-positioned bookmarks and hotkeys, which can be used to simplify navigating to multiple locations.

The nine new chart types include custom and stacked column charts, clustered and stacked bar charts, stacked line, scatter plot, bubble and candlestick charts, and an open-high-low-close chart. The added languages are Dutch, Polish, Czech, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Greek and Hindi, bringing the software's total collection up to 21.

Other changes in the update include the syntax highlighting of SQL statements being saved in RTF format when copying to the clipboard. Aqua Data Studio is typically priced at $400, but multi-license discounts are available, and current license holders with expired subscriptions can renew their account for $140.

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