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|Database Tools > OLEDB, ODBC > Light Tools|
Non-Visual SQL Writer v.1.2||SW
||13 Jan 2003
|By Berend Tober. This 32-bit Windows application allows you to quickly construct and test queries against ODBC databases. It is intended for use by programmers that know how to write SQL statements, but want a tool that helps eliminate a lot of typing yet doesn't hide the statement syntactical details behind a pictorial representation of tables or an E-R like visual presentation.
You can work on developing queries for multiple databases simultaneously in a MDI window environment. On the left of each child window appears a list of tables in the selected ODBC-compliant database source. Immediately to the right of the table list is a list of the columns in the currently-selected table. The columns list updates automatically as the table in focus in the table list is changed.
The Operators list box contains common boolean and arithmetic operators and other key words used to compose SQL statements.
In the Functions group box, six tab pages appear, each containing many commonly used parts of, or templates for, constructing a SQL statement.
You can update and modify the contents of these list boxes to customize and streamline the tool for your style of usage. Double-clicking on any item in any of these list boxes adds the selected element to the SQL statement under construction and displayed at the bottom of the window. When you execute the query, the result set is displayed in a separate, tabular window.
Queries that you run are cached for easy, point-and-click recall, and for each active database, you have a number of useful options on the main menu and context menus, including:
- Show/hide system tables.
- Quote database objects when constructing queries.
- Prepend column names with table name.
- Request read-only or editable result set.
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|Download: ME NT4 W2K W95 W98 XP
|Applications in Delphi and BCB > Catalogs > Software|
||13 Mar 2002
|By Berend Tober. W-RCS is a simple but robust software application providing a graphical user interface (GUI) for document revision control. It is a 32-bit Windows (95/ 98/ Me/ NT/ 2000) application that makes running several of the command-line utilities comprising the GNU Revision Control System (GNU-RCS) version 5.7 more accessible to users familiar with the MS-Windows GUI and who are not necessarily a dept with command-line utilities. The complete suit of GNU-RCS command-line utilities and documentation is distributed along with W-RCS so that you do have access to the full functionality in the traditional, command-line way, if needed.
W-RCS is well-suited to when you have related computer files stored in a common folder and want to maintain a revision history for those documents. The program works equally well on a stand-alone computer, where you just want to keep revision histories for your personal files, as well as in a shared-file, network environment with multiple persons needing to make updates to a set of files in an orderly fashion governed by a library-like check-in / check-out protocol. It could be used for a small software development project, and it could also apply to any other computer files and documents which you want to maintain a record of changes for in a shared file environment.
|Download: ME NT4 W2K W95 W98 XP
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