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SQLPro for MSSQL
Mac OS Developer Tools
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.
+ Syntax highlighting (including customizable themes).
+ Tabbed based interface.
+ Support for executing multiple queries at once.
+ Quick access to tables, columns and more.
+ Stored procedure execution.
+ NTLMv2 supported (but not required).
SQLPro for MSSQL can be used to connect with the following databases:
+ 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 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 $49.99 USD per year and may vary from country to country.
+ SQLPro for MSSQL is now free to use for a single connection.
+ Added a color picker for connections. Selecting a color is a great way to identify development vs production servers.