RazorSQL allows you to query, update, navigate, and manage all major databases from one database tool. With RazorSQL, a SQL query tool, SQL editor, and database navigator, you can run SQL scripts, visually edit, create, alter, and view tables, import and export data, build queries with a query builder tool, and navigate databases with the database navigator. It even comes with a built-in relational database engine that requires no configuration.
The SQL programming editor has syntax highlighting for SQL, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, SQL PL, and Java, automatic function/method lookup, automatic column lookup, key ahead, built-in and customizable templates, multi-tabular display of query results, query logging, and many other features including a tool to call stored procedures and a tool to compare table and/or query data.
RazorSQL has been tested with virtually all popular databases, and includes built in driver support for Cassandra, DB2, Derby, DynamoDB, Firebird, FrontBase, Hive, HSQLDB, Informix, MongoDB, MySQL, OpenBase, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redshift, Salesforce, SimpleDB, SQLite, SQL Azure, SQL Anywhere, SQL Server, Sybase, Teradata, and others.
- Editor: Added Auto Save functionality for automatically saving editor tabs that have associated files every n seconds. Auto save settings can be configured in the Edit -> Preferences -> Backups / Auto Save preferences tab
- Added functionality to periodically backup RazorSQL user data such as connection profiles, preferences, favorites, etc. Backup user data settings can be configured in the Edit -> Preferences -> Backup / Auto Save preferences tab
- Export Utility: Added the ability to set date and timestamp formats when exporting multiple tables
- Added an Edit -> Restore User Data from Backup option to the Edit menu for restoring user data (preferences, connection profiles, built-in database, etc.) from a previously created backup file (Edit -> Backup User Data)
- FTPS Client: Connections to servers with expired certificates is now possible
- Salesforce: Certain queries against the Order table are not parsing correctly
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor