SQL-Hero: Better Data Tools... Saving time and money.
What is SQL-Hero?
SQL-Hero is a tool suite that enhances productivity for developers and DBA's who use Microsoft SQL Server. It includes tool such as: an advanced SQL editor, code generator, compare tools (both schema and data), audit history (schema), unit testing, monitoring, tracing and data generation. It also includes xSkrape for SQL Server and xSkrape for SQL Server Integration Services.
How's that special? There's a lot of SQL tools on the market today...
There are a number of important differences that make SQL-Hero unique... and very powerful.
- The code generator addresses many, many use cases that others can't. We're working on extensive on-line documentation to help you create your own templates to do amazing things!
- xSkrape technology enables access to a nearly unlimited universe of data, right within SQL Server.
- Archive millons of data points related to monitoring and performance and report against these using an Analysis Services model using any visualization tool of your choice or a number of canned reports.
- Compare SQL-Hero with other technologies on our comparisons page: both from a technical and business perspective.
- Expect new capabilities in up-coming releases, based on your real-world feedback.
Watch a self-guided tour of SQL-Hero...(click image to enlarge)
- Videos: a 6 minute high-level overview, plus a 36 minute deeper dive into individual features.
- More in-depth examination of SQL-Hero features
- Product family feature matrix
- What is xSkrape?
- SQL-Hero on-line documentation
- xSkrape for Excel Add-in
- xSkrape for SQL Server
- xSkrape for SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
- Product family overview
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Apply Script to Other Databases with Minimal Effort
You can execute a SQL batch against one or more other databases (versus the database the editor window is associated with) very easily. Use the "Execute In" toolbar button (or "Alt"+"F5") to bring up a window which lets you pick one or more other databases. Any output that would apply to execution in other databases will bring up a new editor window associated to the applicable database. The "last used" database is remembered across invocations of this screen and you can clear this by clicking the Clear button on the pop-up window.