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SQLiteManager 3.0 boasts database recovery feature

updated 06:05 pm EDT, Thu June 25, 2009

SQLiteManager 3.0 released

SQLabs has announced the availability of SQLiteManager 3.0, an application used to manage memory databases, AES-128 encrypted databases, and REAL Server databases utilizing sqlite 2 and sqlite 3. Version 3.0 includes a bug reporting tool that automatically opens when a crash bug occurs as well as a database recovery feature that replicates the previous database in a new file if there is a serious database issue. The update also expands the application's print options, utilizing new print engine that enables users to customize and preview all files that are being printed.

SQLiteManager allows users to insert, delete and update records which can then be viewed by generating reports and can be exported in almost every kind of format. The chart panel enables reports to be viewed in a variety of forms including bar graphs, pie graphs, Venn graphs, radar, and QR code. The application has a built-in scripting language based on RBScript that enables users to write their own plug-ins.

SQLiteManager 3.0 requires Mac OS X 10.4 and is immediately available. The application can be purchased from the SQLabs online store for $50.




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