Remember the plot of any blockbuster or spy movie you watched recently? A good guy pursues a bad but clever secret agent, almost captures him, but Suddenly, the bad guys traces disappear, and the good guy has little or no clue of where the trace would continue.
Dealing with someone elses code is a lot similar. As soon as you decide youve figured it out, you may stumble upon a trick you least expected. That trick can be anything, even finding the code ENCRYPTED!
However, thats no longer a big deal. If you cannot view an SQL script because of the «WITH ENCRYPTION» flag shown on your attempt to access the code, DecrypSQL will help you decrypt any SQL code and view the complete SQL script in a moment.
The software seamlessly integrates with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005 and MSDE and swiftly decrypts SQL stored procedures, triggers, functions or views of literally any size. It can even decrypt a whole batch of scripts at once. To further ease up the reading, it can highlight the SQL syntax, and should you need to use the data outside the server environment, you can have it exported to external HTML or rich-text formatted files.
To operate the software, you will neither need a bachelors degree, nor will you need any knowledge of T-SQL or scripting languages its as easy as making a click with the mouse. Nevertheless, the program is meant for and demonstrates the power sufficient to meet the DBA and programmers demands.
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