Speed SQL IDE is the leading tool for database object development on the SQL Server platform. Its unique graphical object editors which incorporate many of the features that developers look for in an IDE.
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sqlXpressScript 2.0 Smart INSERT scripts for moving data between tables in different databases! Transfers all data types, including IMAGE, BINARY and VARBINARY, from tables or views. Appends, replaces or updates data. Uses IntelliSense® in WHERE statements.
Description: Speed SQL IDE is a full-featured integrated development environment (IDE) for Microsoft™ SQL Server 2000 or 7.
SQL IDE enhances SQL database developer and programmer productivity by providing all the functionality of a database development and management tool, and a featured-packed SQL Editor, all within the one easy to use application.
Powerful programming and editing features enable both the beginner and expert database developer to quickly achieve results. SQL IDE comes complete with features to:
Store and share code (Code Repository, Code Snippets, Groups)
Ensure code accuracy and suitability (Code Complete, Auto Correct, Syntax Checking, Verify)
SQL IDE's Object History - which stores a record of every object change - ensures that nothing is lost. Review and switch back to any version of any object.
Seamless integration with Microsoft™ Visual SourceSafe™ and other SCC compliant version control systems allows object check out and check in directly from within SQL IDE, eliminating the need for manual check out/in processes.
All-in-one integrated development environment obviates need for multiple database development tools .
Enhanced productivity through simple to use interface with powerful programming and editing features suitable for beginner and power users alike.
Integrates with version control and automates version control functions such as check out and check in.
Store SQL Scripts with the database to which they belong - no more searching for scripts
Use Code Snippets to store commonly used bits of code. Anyone can then drag and drop a code snippet into their script
Use code templates to create consistent scripts that are familiar to the workgroup
Use Groups to categorise and group objects - that way everyone can find the objects they need