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Interactive SQL Tool (using ODBC)

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17 Jan 2000
A tool that allows you to query ODBC sources
  • Download demo executable - 545 Kb
  • Download demo source files - 132 Kb
  • Description

    Query Tool (using ODBC) is an Universal Data Access tool that allows you to query ODBC data sources, author SQL scripts and queries, return query results to a grid or free-form text, retrieve ODBC driver information, execute multiple SQL scripts or stored procedures simultaneously, retrieve multiple result sets depending on the data source, etc.

    Running the application:

    Just run the file you downloaded, and follow the instructions on the screen. Once the files are extracted, run QTODBC.EXE from the folder where you extracted the files.

    Note: The compiled demo program Requires Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 SP3 or later runtime DLLs.

    System Requirements:

    MDAC 2.1 or later, Windows NT 4.0/9x (using the latest service packs is highly recommended).


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    Comments and Discussions

    SuggestionRegular expression inside SQL editor Pin
    tcsekhar14-Sep-16 8:14
    tcsekhar14-Sep-16 8:14 
    QuestionNot working with SQL server and DATETIME datatype Pin
    Susanta57821-Sep-11 4:03
    Susanta57821-Sep-11 4:03 
    GeneralLooking for a query tool that is query only, no updates or deletes Pin
    angelamn25-May-04 17:35
    angelamn25-May-04 17:35 
    GeneralComand line operation Pin
    Tom Watson9-Jan-04 12:48
    Tom Watson9-Jan-04 12:48 
    Generalhelp,an unknown lib. Pin
    xc7-Jul-02 3:39
    xc7-Jul-02 3:39 
    GeneralInterface Pin
    22-Mar-02 10:07
    suss22-Mar-02 10:07 
    Hi All,
    We have a VC/MFC based program. We are trying to incorporate database query interface tool,
    to odbc compliant databases. The idea is to have an interface for the user, as one of the module, so
    that the user can type in some query against a odbc datasource and get the results back. The database
    could be anything and the schema could be anything. The users are nothing but research students and this is an education tool for analysis.

    But, I have a question? Is there a way I can avoid taking in the whole code inside my main program and
    program it or go ahead and keep this as a seperate object or module or dll (i donno,..) and invoke it
    from with in my main program menu items. As this query tool is totally seperate from my program and
    it can be kept seperate altogether.

    please advice.

    ks Confused | :confused:
    GeneralUpdates Pin
    G Poulose9-Feb-00 13:39
    G Poulose9-Feb-00 13:39 
    GeneralAwesome! :) Pin
    J Patel21-Jan-00 8:42
    J Patel21-Jan-00 8:42 
    GeneralRe: Awesome! :) Pin
    Mathew Gorge Whiz30-Dec-05 2:25
    Mathew Gorge Whiz30-Dec-05 2:25 
    GeneralRe: Awesome! :) Pin
    dlwiii11-Dec-06 11:26
    dlwiii11-Dec-06 11:26 
    GeneralRe: Awesome! :) Pin
    tcsekhar14-Sep-16 8:14
    tcsekhar14-Sep-16 8:14 

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