Projects / RazorSQL


RazorSQL is a database query tool, SQL editor, database browser, and database administration tool with support for all major databases. Some of the main features included in RazorSQL are visual tools for creating, viewing, and altering database objects; tools for importing and exporting data; and tools for editing stored procedures, triggers, and functions.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  28 Oct 2011 03:34

    Release Notes: This version includes minor changes, an MS SQL Server export bugfix, and load time improvements.

    •  19 Oct 2011 03:53

      Release Notes: This release adds support for MongoDB and includes other minor enhancements and bugfixes.

      •  08 Sep 2011 20:14

        Release Notes: This version includes support for Derby 10.8 and HSQLDB 2.2. It also includes minor changes and bugfixes.

        •  22 Aug 2011 02:47

          Release Notes: This version includes a command line interface and compare tool enhancements. Other minor enhancements and bug fixes are also included.

          •  13 Jul 2011 18:26

            Release Notes: This version includes enhancements for parameterized queries and minor bugfixes.

            Recent comments

            19 Nov 2009 18:13 danielblair

            RazorSQL has got to be the absolute best Database App I have ever used under Linux... I love TOAD for Windows, but, since I have run RazorSQL on one of my Linux boxes, I have started using RazorSQL on both my Linux boxes and my sparse WIndows machines... I haven't tried yet, but I hope it works with FreeBSD... Sincerely... If not, that's gotta be fixed =0 I think it'll be cool though, since it's written in Java, I dont think there is anything that'd prevent it from running under FreeBSD w/ Linux emulation enabled... we shall see though =]

            Wonderful app guys!!!!

            Stable as hell also!


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