Nashua, New Hampshire, February 26, 2008 – DB Solo LLC is pleased to
announce the general availability of version 3.0 of the DB Solo SQL Query
Tool, the latest upgrade to DB Solo’s sophisticated cross-platform Database
DB Solo provides developers and administrators with a wealth of advanced
features such as visual explain plan, database data & schema comparison
tools, EJB 3.0 Code Generator and schema scripting tool.
DB Solo SQL Query Tool is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and
Solaris platforms. DB Solo supports all major DBMS products available
today, including Oracle, SQL Server 2000 and 2005, DB2, Sybase, H2,
Postgres, MySQL and Solid.
New features in version 3.0 include a Schema Scripting Tool and a Table
Data Import Tool as well as several enhancements to the Schema Comparison
Tool. The Schema Scripting Tool allows users to script an entire database
with a couple of mouse-clicks, generating uniform SQL DDL scripts that can
be applied in other environments or checked into a source control system.
The Table Data Import Tool lets users import data from CSV or fixed-length
files directly into a database table or optionally generate an SQL script
containing the corresponding INSERT-statements. “With these latest features
and improvements DB Solo really brings out a set of features and usability
never seen in this price range before”, says Marko Hantula, CEO of DB Solo
Also, version 3.0 contains several improvements to the Table Data
Comparison Tool including the ability to run data comparisons from the
command line. Additionally, support for Sybase ASA and Mac OS X 10.5
Leopard was added in this version of DB Solo.
DB Solo 3.0 is available for immediate download at http://www.dbsolo.com
Pricing of DB Solo SQL Query Tool starts at $99 USD for a single user.
About DB Solo, LLC
DB Solo, LCC is a provider of database development and administration tools
for SQL Server, Sybase, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, PostgeSQL, Solid BoostEngine
and H2 databases. DB Solo, LLC was founded in 2004 and is based in Nashua,
NH. For more information about DB Solo SQL Query Tool, visit