SQLPro for MSSQL / SQL Server
iOS Universal Business
SQLPro for MSSQL is a lightweight Microsoft SQL Server database client, allowing quick and simple access to MSSQL Servers, including those hosted via cloud services such as SQL Azure or Amazon RDS.
+ Intellisense/SQL autocompletion.
+ Syntax highlighting.
+ Tabbed based interface for an optimal user experience (iPad).
+ Support for executing multiple queries at once.
+ Quick access to tables, columns and more.
+ Dark & Light themes which can be switched manually or automatically adjusted by your devices brightness.
+ Netbios support.
+ NTLMv2 supported (but not required).
+ SSH Tunnelling (password authentication only).
Some of the great features include:
+ Microsoft SQL Azure
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2005
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2008
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2012
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2014
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2016
Thanks to the FreeTDS project (http://www.freetds.org/) for their great library.
This SQL Client does NOT work with MySQL or Postgres. Please ensure that your server is a Microsoft SQL Server (2005 or above).
Note 1: SQL Server Express is supported, however using it makes me sad. Please confirm that the SQL Server Express installation has been configured properly for remote connections over TCP/IP, and that you can connect remotely from another windows pc before requesting support.
Note 2: SQLPro for MSSQL can connect to Microsoft SQL Server 2000 however it is not supported.
SQLPro for MSSQL allows for the creation of a single fully functional database connection as well as a built in read-only sample connection. Professional users who need to create more than one connection are required to purchase the SQLPro Premium subscription. Subscriptions auto-renew within 24 hours of the expiration date unless auto-renewal is turned off in the iTunes account settings. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription price is $9.99 USD per year and may vary from country to country.
+ Fixed a crash that could occur when removing items from the database tree. (Crash would occur any items below the removed item was expended).
+ Fixed a crash which could occur when editing result sets with NULLs.
+ Fixed an issue which could cause some scripts to appear empty (on iPhone devices -- iPads did not have the issue).
+ Fixed an issue which could cause removed connections to sometimes re-appear (was due to local backups being stored on all devices. When an connection was removed, using another device that the connection had been saved on could restore it to all devices).