Sql Query Builder released

By Bill Graziano on 8 March 2001 | 0 Comments | Tags: Tools


Richard Eradus submitted "SQL Query Builder (SQB) makes the creation of complicated SQL Queries a thing from the past, its now simply a case of select and click to generate your SQL Queries.

SQB provides SQL Intellisense within its edit screens, so you still have full control over the generated query but still can ask for help with the query language (press ctrl+space after keyword or command). In cases that the builder normally would expect fieldnames from a table SQB will provide all the relevant fieldnames via the SQL Intellisense mechanism (SQL Data intellisense). The edit screens are color coded, so the actual SQL commands/keywords are easily distinguished from other code that maybe present in the editor screen, the editor also provides line numbers to make it easy for you to see where you are in the document."
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