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Superior SQL Builder version 1.5 released

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Red Earth Technologies announces the release of version 1.5 of
Superior SQL Builder, its SQL tool that allows users to build complete
SQL scripts without typing any code.

Superior SQL Builder introduces new SQL scripting technology, allowing
users to quickly and easily transform their database data. In version
1.5 this scripting technology has been extended and enhanced so that
complex SQL scripts can be built in less time and with greater ease.

The major development in version 1.5 has been the simplification of
the script building process itself. With a more intuitive interface,
the product has strengthened its promise to provide Database
Administrators, developers and other IT professionals with a quick and
easy method to develop substantial SQL scripts.

Other new features include explicit support for MySQL v4.1, the
automation of database connections and the inclusion of many new
script templates. This combined with the standard features such as
the ability to eliminate syntax, logic and typographical errors when
developing SQL, provides developers with an efficient and effective
way to build SQL.

For users wishing to take a step beyond the simple query builder, this
product offers a real alternative.

Superior SQL Builder supports MySQL, Microsoft Access, Oracle and
Microsoft SQL Server.

Superior SQL Builder runs on Windows 98 and above.

A fully functional evaluation version of Superior SQL Builder is
available at http://www.superiorsql.com/.

Program registration is only US$349.00 and may be processed securely
online from the company's web site.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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