SQLPro for MSSQL
SQLPro for MSSQL
2019.54

4.3

SQLPro for MSSQL free download for Mac

SQLPro for MSSQL

2019.54
26 November 2019

Database management studio for Microsoft SQL Server.

Overview

SQLPro for MSSQL (was SQL Client) is a lightweight TDS client, allowing quick and simple access to Microsoft SQL servers (sqlserver), including those hosted in Azure. This client does not work with MySQL. Please ensure that your server is a Microsoft SQL server.

Features
  • Syntax highlighting
  • Intellisense
  • Tab-based interface
  • Support for executing multiple queries at once
  • Quick access to tables, columns, and more
  • Stored procedure execution

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

What's new in SQLPro for MSSQL

Version 2019.54:
  • Fixed an issue with some MSSQL connections which could crash when failing to determine default schemas.

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3 SQLPro for MSSQL Reviews

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g459084
27 March 2015

Most helpful

Il fonctionne très bien pour mes besoins.
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Version 1.0.19
g459084
27 March 2015
Il fonctionne très bien pour mes besoins.
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Version 1.0.19
zero-1
01 March 2015
多层次
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Version 1.0.19
Geauxvols
02 September 2014
Does what it does well... I imagine this will become more and more robust as the developer is able to incorporate functionality into it. However, it kills my CPU. I'm at 88-92% all during the processing cycle while this app is running. Once I close it, I'm back down to 3-5%. This fact alone makes me hesitant to buy.
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Version 1.0.10
1 answer(s)
Hankinsoft Development, Inc
Hankinsoft Development, Inc
02 September 2014
Hello,
You are seeing high cpu usage when the app is idle or when queries are executing? Could you let me know what version of OS X you are running and I can try to reproduce/fix?
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