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Steve Naidamast: "I just downloaded your new offering of AnySQL Maestro. What a nice product. I was immediately able to connect to an Access database to review the data.

I have already purchased from you your Oracle Maestro as well as your SQLite Maestro.

I am curious as to why you have decided to release such a nice product as Freeware...

Keep up the excellent work".
Pat Brown: "Very Nice Free Product!

This product does just about everything you need for data entry system. Others on the net are charging upwards $150 for a product like this. Thanks for developing it, very much appreciated".


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AnySQL Maestro vs Specialized Tools

The comparison table below shows the difference between AnySQL Maestro and similar specific tools such as SQL Maestro for MySQL, MS SQL Maestro, Oracle Maestro and others. It is applied to both Freeware and Professional editions of AnySQL Maestro.

Basic features AnySQL Maestro Specialized Tools
Creating new tables +*   +
Changing table properties +*   +
Dropping tables +     +
Adding columns +     +
Changing column properties -     +
Dropping columns +** +
Commenting tables and columns +** +
Creating new views +*   +
Changing view body -     +
Dropping views +     +
Creating new objects +*   +
Changing object properties +*   +
Dropping objects +     +
Creating new constraints +*   +
Changing constraint properties +*   +
Dropping constraints +     +
Advanced features AnySQL Maestro Specialized Tools
Stored Procedures and Functions -   +
Triggers -   +
Domains and User-Defined Types -   +
Partitioning features -   +
Other DBMS-specific objects -   +
Users and Roles -   +
Grants and Permissions -   +
Session Browsing -   +
Dependency Tracking -   +
Code Debugger -   +
Backup and Restore -   +
Other maintenance tools -   +

*  -  There is no GUI to set some DBMS-specific options such as TABLESPACE, PCTFREE, etc.
**  -  If DBMS supports the corresponding statement from SQL:2003.


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