Querious 2.1.12

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Querious_2.1.12

Querious 2.1.12 | Mac OS X | 36 MB. 

Harness the power of your data 
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View, search, edit, import, export, create, configure, and monitor your MySQL and MariaDB databases easier than ever data. With Querious, you can even open CSV or Tab raw files and easily split, merge, reorder, add, delete and process columns and rows, and then convert the entire file to another format in an instant.

The start of something big

Querious 2 makes working with databases even easier. With hundreds of new features and improvements over version 1, and an extensive trial period, no stone will not be left to improve every aspect of the work you need done.
From the full support event triggers, functions, procedures and views, the error log server, slow queries, server status and transcripts of consultations, to import and faster export macOS, Querious 2 ha what covered everything.
And it’s getting better all the time.

Table contents

It begins with a solid foundation. 
View and edit the contents of the table with Querious is very easy. Content view is packed with convenient features such as a flexible multiple filter conditions, easy assigning values of multiple rows, duplicate rows, copy to clipboard and jump to related tables through foreign keys.

You can even use the filter controls multiple conditions to select only the correct rows, click the right mouse button and select “Copy SELECT statement” SQL query to perform the same search.

Editors for all

Greater efficiency means fewer visits. 
Querious has completed to define and edit table columns, indexes, primary and foreign keys, triggers, events, functions and procedures interfaces. Direct and ordered editors allow you to quickly view and change the structure of your databases.
Unlike other programs that simply display the contents of the table raw defining each of these types of schema objects, Querious displays logically, so it is not necessary to have a master’s degree in the internal organization of MySQL.

Import, Export, Duplicate

Literally, there is nothing better. 
Querious can import and export data using SQL, CSV and Tab files, allowing settings adjusted to suit small format differences between programs. Querious also has a unique interface to assign columns in CSV and Tab files to columns in your database tables, so you can import or export selectively specific columns.

Querious can not only make imports and fast exports, but can also “double” views, triggers, functions, procedures, events and even tables that include content data within the same database, including databases on same server or between completely. different servers! What’s even more impressive is that Querious can duplicate a complete database, even among servers.

Exceptional performance
We hate to wait, and we know you do too. That’s why we become obsessed with take off until the last microsecond long as we could.
For example, when it comes to import and export data, nothing is faster than Querious. The only reason to use something besides Querious is if you really like super long wait for exports.

custom queries

Will run
Use the query view when you need to perform custom unions, Subselects run manually modifying statements or any other query. Leverage detailed syntax coloring and rapid to perform the work autocomplete.

Why write the same queries over and over again? Querious lets you store and organize consultations within sight of consultations. You can even manage your own custom folders nested queries and place them on the bookmarks bar for faster access to their queries.

Server Management

Going a step further. 
There are major tasks when a database is used: 1. Setting up the structure, 2. Viewing and manipulating data, and 3. Administration database server itself. For some reason, many applications forget the latter.

But Querious even goes a step further. Not all database engines, such as MyISAM, are really compatible with startup keys. Not all relationships between tables are necessarily explicitly assigned to foreign keys. This is where artificial foreign keys enter. Only in Querious you can specify “artificial” keys that relate two tables. Querious use those relationships added to provide additional functions in the Contents view of the table, such as buttons jump in the cell to jump to a row that is referenced in another table, and the rich panel “Show rows related”.

Relations Board

Understanding at a glance. 
When working with a new database or resume work with one that has not been used for a long time, sometimes you need a high – level overview of how the tables relate to each other, and the keys that establish those relationships. The Relationships view gives you a quick understanding, showing foreign keys that connect the tables.

But Querious even goes a step further. Not all database engines, such as MyISAM, are really compatible with startup keys. Not all relationships between tables are necessarily explicitly assigned to foreign keys. This is where artificial foreign keys enter. Only in Querious you can specify “artificial” keys that relate two tables. Querious use those relationships added to provide additional functions in the Contents view of the table, such as buttons jump in the cell to jump to a row that is referenced in another table, and the rich panel “Show rows related”.

 

 

 

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