Descriptions for Richardson Software RazorSQL 7.3.13
Released: Nov 1st, 2017
Developer: Richardson Software
Mac Platform: UB
OS Version: OS X 10.4 or later
Web Site: http://www.razorsql.com/ACTV
Powerful cross-platform utility designed to make it simple and fast to query, navigate, and manage a vast number of database formats
RazorSQL is able to connect to over 30 different types of databases and allows you to browse their content, perform SQL queries, or conduct various management functions. You can use RazorSQL to import or export data to and from your database, compare data across databases, and more.
Supports various types of databases
RazorSQL is using Java based data access technology (JDBC) or Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) to help you establish a connection with various types of databases.
The app is able to work with various database management systems, such as JavaDB, Firebird, MongoDB, MySQL, Oracle, OpenBase, PostgreSQL, and many others.
Once you establish a connection, you can use the RazorSQL tools to navigate all the included data and visualize schemas, tables, functions, data columns and more. At the same time, you are able to edit the content, by creating new elements, altering the existing ones, or removing items altogether.
Import and export data, as well as browse and edit the database content
RazorSQL offers you the possibility to quickly import data to your database by processing various types of files that include delimited content. At the same time, you can export part of your database as XML, HTML, or Excel documents.
Furthermore, RazorSQL offers you the possibility to compare information stored into different tables, even when stored into different databases. Since the application enables you to perform different queries, you can also compare the results.
Easy to set up database manager with an inbuilt SQL Editor
RazorSQL enables you to quickly connect to various types of databases, browse its content, perform various management functions, run SQL queries, import or export data, compare tables across databases and much more.
Since it comes with a connection wizard and includes a powerful, built in relational database (HSQLDB), you should be able to get things going in no time.
What’s new in RazorSQL 7.3.13
・Added a drop schema tool for the following databases: Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redshift, DB2, MS SQL Server, SQL Azure, Derby, HSQLDB, and H2
・Add/Remove column buttons not working correctly on the Create Table Tool
・Linux: Systems running Wayland may crash when displaying context menus
・DynamoDB: When running a local and remote DynamoDB connection, table information cache is getting shared across the local and remote connection
・Commit and Rollback toolbar icons not getting enabled or disabled correctly when auto-commit status is changed on the toolbar and multiple connections tabs are navigated to and from