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SQueAl Activation Code is a multi-database GUI application that allows you to:
– Analyse, manipulate, and modify queries, and edit results
– Display database objects
– Generate SQL statements (T-SQL, PL/SQL, MS SQL)
– Execute a query or a list of queries
– Convert and convert back various types of data (DBMS independent, but usually using UNION)
– Perform arithmetic operations on data
– Insert, update and delete records
– Compress/decompress binary data
– Generate reports (new in v2.1)
– And much more…
“The Query Window”.
SQueAl is primarily a GUI application that uses the user interface builder WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). This is a fairly new tool that works with any UI-based application, but SQueAl is just one of the very few that support it natively.
What you see in SQueAl is a file-based system for your query results. You define what you want in terms of what you have in the query (SELECT/INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE), or what you want to do to your data (Add/Modify/Delete), or what you want to do with the data (Insert, Update, Delete, Arithmetic, Compress/Decompress Binary).
“SqueAl’s” SQL editor.
SQueAl’s SQL editor is a rich interface for entering and editing SQL statements. Its key features include:
– Generate statements – input from an existing query
– Convert between types of data (can also be database-specific)
– Run statements
– Execute a query or list of queries
– Examine the execution plan of a query
– Preset instructions for frequently used queries
– Generate SQL statements (including those for text data such as CSV)
– Run the SQL statement (if it is an INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE)
– Show and insert records
– Show records that have errors
– Search and edit records
– Find and update records by number
– Show results in tabular form
– Export data to text files
– Upload and save data (can also be database-specific)
– Sort data according to various criteria
– Sort data in various ways
– Filter data
– Generate and insert HTML/XML documents
– Generate reports (new in v2.1)

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SQueAl is an.NET-based (Microsoft) Windows (Vista+) tool that can execute SQL statements, view (browse), edit and convert the data resulting from the execution of a SQL statement. SQueAl works with ADO.NET for data access, making it compatible with almost any database supported by ADO.NET. It is suitable for use mainly by software professionals – or amateurs for that matter.
[Report design] SQueAl allows you to design your own reports for printing, viewing or generating RTF, CSV, HTML, PDF, Excel, XML and/or SQL-text-based formats.
[SqlQuery] SQueAl’s SqlQuery feature allows you to execute any SQL statement directly (i.e. without calling a DataTable first).
[SqlEditor] SQueAl’s SqlEditor allows you to view/edit SQL statements (as text, SQL script or BEx) and execute them.
[SqlSchemaBrowser] SQueAl’s SqlSchemaBrowser feature lets you browse your database’s schema, showing you fields and their type, length, precision, scale, nullability, group/sequence, constraints and defaults.
[SqlFieldValueEditor] SQueAl’s SqlFieldValueEditor feature allows you to edit field values directly in an SQL script.
[SqlFieldInfoEditing] SQueAl’s SqlFieldInfoEditing feature allows you to perform quick field value edits in an SQL script.
[SqlFieldInfoQuery] SQueAl’s SqlFieldInfoQuery feature allows you to view/edit field information from an SQL script.
[SqlFieldInfoParsing] SQueAl’s SqlFieldInfoParsing feature allows you to parse the output of an SQL query and display the field name, data type and length.
[View] SQueAl’s View feature allows you to browse and view the data resulting from the execution of an SQL query.
[Edit] SQueAl’s Edit feature allows you to edit the data in your database. You may edit fields in an SQL script, on-the-fly in the database, or from a data table.
[Transpose] SQueAl’s Transpose feature allows you to execute and reverse the order of the data in a database.
[Convert] SQueAl’s Convert feature lets you

What’s New In SQueAl?

SQueAl is a free, ad-hoc query, database-warehouse and data-migration utility. It has been developed in C# and requires.NET 2.0, so it can be easily run on Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003.
SQueAl is a generic tool for execution of SQL queries. It can execute standard SQL and Transact SQL, even with parameterized queries. And since the data output is binary, it can execute stored procedures as well. SQueAl has a very small memory footprint and can execute a single query or a number of concurrent queries in the same process.
A SQueAl database is fully integrated into the application, allowing you to easily start and execute queries on the database that was used to build the SQueAl database. You can also view and edit data, either in its original SQL format or as data tables.
SQueAl has features for executing batches of queries, with either a specified order, using SQL variables and/or parameters or specifying a time range to query. It can execute stored procedures, for example, to query the result of a particular procedure, or to verify the consistency of a database. It can also clean up and remove SQL files, views or tables.
A menu-driven, tooltips-supported interface enables you to quickly execute your SQL queries. It has features for checking the syntax and possible SQL errors of your queries, as well as for viewing and editing data. You can either view the results as data tables or, if you are using the.NET DataSet provider, as an ADO DataTable object.
SQueAl contains a set of standard query tools, including a Data Table editor, an SQL syntax validator, an SQL syntax analyzer, a Query Builder and a Batch Builder. You can use these tools to create, modify or run queries on your database. You can either view the results as data tables, or the program can save the data into an ADO.NET DataSet. You can also extract data from the SQueAl database into.NET classes, and then save those classes into a file in CSV, tab-delimited or XML formats.
A feature that sets SQueAl apart from other similar products is its ability to edit the data, either directly on the SQueAl data table or into ADO.NET objects. You can edit data as well as create, update or delete data on the fly.
You can build complex data views out of the SQueAl database by using standard SQL views. You can also create your own views with the View Builder. You can either view the data as a DataTable object, or, if you are using the.NET DataSet provider, as a GridView object. You can use the Batch Builder to execute multiple queries.
SQueAl allows you to work with stored procedures. You can either execute a procedure, or verify the return of a

System Requirements For SQueAl:

800 MHz Processor or faster Dual-Core
4 GB disk space
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2900 Series or NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
DirectX: Version 9.0 or above
Minimum screen resolution: 1024 x 768
DirectX9 Device Driver:
ATI VE: AMD Catalyst 9.8
ATI HD: ATI Catalyst 9.9 or ATI Catalyst 10.1
NVIDIA: NVIDIA Forceware 177.53 or higher
NVIDIA CUDA: NVIDIA Forceware 177.


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