SQLTool Pro Database Editor

SQLTool Pro Database Editor

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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Connect and manage MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Sybase ASE, MariaDB, Derby, and Oracle databases from your Android device.

SQLTool is a database SQL editor with rich features that include:

* Export table row data to a CSV file
* Customize-able SQL queries using the query editor
* Full table listings of each database
* Quickly empty or drop tables from the MariaDB, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase ASE, Derby, or Oracle databases
* Blazing fast select, insert, and update database queries
* Different user interfaces for tablets and phones
* SSH tunneling for accessing protected databases

SQLTool does NOT work with Oracle 10.2 and higher. It will work with Oracle 10.1 and below.

Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, Sybase ASE, Derby, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases can be managed using the query editor or through a limited amount of built in shortcuts.

SQLTool DOES NOT connect to any external web service. All database connections are direct based on the information provided enabling quick SQL queries while keeping your information safe from third party web servers.

SSH Tunneling supports password authentication and public key authentication. Public key authentication requires private keys to be generated in OpenSSH format. Recommended encryption strength on keys is 2048. Private keys must be saved to the SQLTool directory on your devices internal storage and the key must have a .key extension.

If you need help troubleshooting SQLTool, contact me via the product website before leaving a negative review. I would be happy to help anyone having trouble.

To use SQLTool your database and database server must be configured to allow remote connections. If this requirement is not met, SQLTool will fail to connect.

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If you like SQLTool, please give it a 5 star rating. If you need help troubleshooting or found a bug, please contact me before posting a negative review.
http://www.sqltoolpro.com/index/contact

Version 1.6.3
* Revert various SQL Server SSL changes from 1.6.2

Version 1.6.2
* Improve SSL with SQL Server connections

Version 1.6.1
* Fix SSH tunneling for PostgreSQL

Version 1.6.0
* Optionally connect to SQL Server with SSL


Comments and ratings for SQLTool Pro Database Editor
  • (72 stars)

    by Bill Pruitt on 22/05/2014

    I'm a novice at using actual queries to build and fill tables so its been a good learning environment.

  • (72 stars)

    by Robert Mitchell on 25/04/2014

    Very neat presentation and great for viewing data and running scripts but does not give anything like the tools expected by the Windows user. Hopefully it will develop in time.

  • (72 stars)

    by Raduta Bogdan on 23/04/2014

    This app is awesome. In combination with Junos Pulse, now I can connect directly from tablet to my database.

  • (72 stars)

    by Robin de Bled on 03/03/2014

    This works exactly as you would hope it would. If you need database access from your phone this does just the trick. I had some trouble connecting at first and the developer was extremely responsive. Thanks, Nic. Very highly recommended.

  • (72 stars)

    by Thet NAUNG SOE on 03/03/2014

    It's not just app you will get, the support by developer is awsome and excellent. If you need to access your database on the go especially via ssh, this is the app you need to purchase now.

  • (72 stars)

    by GR Casuyon on 02/02/2014

    This is very useful apps i use it only one time with simple updating of databases via ssh. hope you could include functions and store procedures modification or adding fn and sps.

  • (72 stars)

    by Richard Ward on 31/10/2013

    Took ages to work out that when connecting via ssh the mysql server ip has to be 'localhost' or it refuses to work.