Navicat for Oracle support with Oracle database servers from version 8i or above and supports most of the latest Oracle objects features, including Directory, Tablespace, Synonym, Materialized View, Trigger, Sequence, Type etc.
Navicat Essentials for SQLite (SQLite Editor - support SQLite version 2 and 3) is a powerful database administration and development tool for SQLite. It is built with an intuitive GUI which lets you manage your database in easy way.
Schedule SQL Server Reporting Services reports in daily, weekly, monthly etc. A single report in an e-mail, or a batch of reports in an email. Output to a folder, ftp, fax or a printer. Choose from Word, Excel, HTML, Acrobat (PDF), RTF and more.
Database converter software converts all attributes from Microsoft Access to MySQL database. Database migration utility supports all MS Access tables data types, fields and can convert large amount of Microsoft Access database into MySQL.
Navicat Premium Essentials is a multi-connections Database Administration tool allowing you to connect to MySQL, SQLite, SQL Server, Oracle and PostgreSQL databases simultaneously within a single application, making database administration so easy.
Forms Data Loader is a tool to load data into Oracle Apps through front end forms. It provides an easy to use and cost effective solution for loading test or legacy data into Oracle and other Applications through front end forms.
MS Access to MySQL converter is an advance technology to convert database files from MS access format to MySQL file format. Access database converter can execute conversion operation on a single file or number of selected files.
Database conversion software accurately converts Microsoft SQL database records into MySQL database server record format. DB migration application supports all major versions of MSSQL and MySQL database server with all data types and attributes.
Profiles SQL code directly in SSMS. Find out how long each SQL statement takes to execute visually. Identify bottlenecks at a glance. View parameters and variable changes over time and find out the exact lines where those changes occur.