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Search and Replace content in a SQL Database SQL Find and Replace 2.0 SQL Find and Replace is a utility made to search and replace content in cells of table columns in a SQL (Sequel) database. This .NET Find and Replace Utility can replace the data in a single cell or a range of cells automating the task of updating your database. Do a find and replace from 1 to 1 million records or more. Safely delete matched content in multiple cells of a SQL table column. For the seasoned SQL pro or SQL beginner.

SharePoint V1 SharePoint V1 has an html frontend with a SQL backend. Was looking for a way to do quick “find and replace”.Installation went smooth. Made connection with database fine.After trying a find and replace of “0” with “” my database was creamed, as in broken. Data was still in the database but the linkage between html and SQL was broken.

Major Time saver This saved me from having to write a bunch of queries or stored procedures so it definitely was well worth the purchase





Replace content in MS SQL Server databases. MS SQL Server Find and Replace Software 7.0 Replace content in MS SQL Server 2000 or 2005 database tables. Select one or many tables in which to make the replacement.




Query ODBC data sources. SQL Query Tool (using ODBC) 6.1.8.8 SQL Query Tool (using ODBC) is a Universal Data Access (UDA) tool. It lets you query ODBC data sources, author SQL scripts and queries, execute multiple SQL scripts or stored procedures simultaneously, return query results to a grid or free-form text, retrieve ODBC driver information, and more. Supported OSs: Windows 7/Server 2008/Vista/Server 2003/XP w/ SP2; Related Products: Query Tool (using ADO) x86 and x64 and Query Tool (using ODBC) x64.

I have always loved SQL Query Tool. It would be very helpful to have an option to be able to view the objects in the object explorer grouped by schema/owner. Currently if we open a database connection, it lists the same object (if it exists in multiple schema) one below the other in the object explorer - which is helpful to compare them. And, currently we also have the option to filter any schema/object individually. I would really love to have this functionality.



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