|jWorkbook is an Excel Add-In that enables you to build powerful database queries and see the results directly in your Excel Spreadsheet. Build reports quickly using single or multiple SQL statements. Supports Oracle, Access and SQL Server.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:29|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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jWorkBook: Get Database information directly into your spreadsheet
Now a quick way to get the information that is currently in your system databases directly into your spreadsheet. jWorkbook is an Excel Add-In that enables you to build powerful queries to access the information directly and see the information in your Excel Spreadsheet. You can build reports quickly and interactively using the power of single or multiple SQL So.... the information you need is stored in the Oracle, Access or SQL database and you need to look at it and do some calcs and write a quick report? What are your options? Simple, find a programmer, tear him or her away from the thousand other jobs on the go and try to explain what you want. They will put your request into a queue and hey presto 3 months later you get the information you want...if you are lucky!
Enter jWorkBook: start up Excel, enter a simple SQL command....bang the information is there!
Not quite what you want? No problem, refine the command and run it again. Or add another command and run them both. Format the output in your spreadsheet, add a chart and you have your data in the format you want in a couple of minutes. Really that simple? You bet.
SQL is by far the most popular database language available today. It is used as the main form of communication by every database of note. It is extraordinarily powerful. But best of all, to do the vast majority of tasks, it is extremely simple. Unlike languages like C or Basic, you can do most of your data retrieval commands in a single statement. It is a fact that if you understand the English-like Select statement, you are probably 99% of the way to being self sufficient in retrieving your data from the database. Granted, as you get proficient in SQL, you will naturally extend your skills to more exotic structures but from day one, you are productive. But don't take our word for it, run through the tutorial and give it a try.
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Excel 2000 or higher
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