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Re: Superior SQL Builder version 1.5 released

From: Daniel Morgan <damorgan_at_x.washington.edu>
Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 21:28:31 -0700
Message-ID: <1094617774.822525@yasure>


Justin Hanson wrote:

> 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.

Justin

Your post to c.d.o.marketplace was appropriate. This is spam and your apology for posting here would be most appreciated.

Thanks.

-- 
Daniel A. Morgan
University of Washington
damorgan_at_x.washington.edu
(replace 'x' with 'u' to respond)
Received on Tue Sep 07 2004 - 23:28:31 CDT

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