EMS SQL Manager for SQL Server Freeware is a high performance tool for Microsoft SQL Server database development and administration. SQL Manager works with any SQL Server versions from 7 to the newest one and supports the latest SQL Server features.
Version: 3.6EMS SQL Manager for SQL Server Freeware is a high performance tool for Microsoft SQL Server database development and administration.
Operating System: Windows
SQL Manager works with any MS SQL Server versions from 7 to the newest one and supports the latest SQL Server features including new data types (datetimeoffset, hierarchyid, geometry, geography and more), table types and table-valued parameters, logon triggers, backups with compression and other. It offers plenty of powerful features for efficient SQL Server administration.
SQL Manager for SQL Server has a state-of-the-art graphical user interface with well-described wizard system, so clear in use that even a newbie will not be confused with it.
Key Features * Support of Unicode data * Rapid database management and navigation * Easy management of all SQL Server objects * Advanced data manipulation tools * Effective security management
- Excellent tools for query building * Easy-to-use wizards performing SQL Server administrative tasks * Powerful tools to make your work with SQL Server as easy as it can be * New state-of-the-art graphical user interface
Version 3.6: If a query returns multiple recordsets, the number of records is now displayed for every recordset. Now it is possible to change the columns width on the Permissions tab of the objects editors. Other minor improvements and bug-fixes.
Version 3.5: Added the possibility to extract system objects, a lot of different improvements and enhancements...
Version 3.4: - SQL Server 2008 features are now supported - The possibility to reorder hosts using drag-and-drop is implemented - The ability to edit the result of a query containing JOIN statements is implemented and much more
Version 3.2: Service Broker support; support of SQL Server 2008 features: table types, logon triggers, new backup parameters; SQL editors improved, and many other improvementsâ€¦