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Database Workbench 4.4.1 released (via: News @ Upscene Productions)

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/22

I like this Delphi program very much: it is one of the database tools with the widest support of back-ends, and friendliest user interface I know.

Oh, and it is by a great Dutch company too: UpScene (:

So this is their release information:


Database Workbench 4.4.1 released

This new release of Database Workbench brings new features and fixes for issues reported by our users.

The free Lite Editions will be released later.

Multi-DBMS developer tool

Database Workbench works natively with:

  • Oracle Database
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Sybase SQL Anywhere
  • MySQL
  • Firebird
  • InterBase
  • NexusDB

More information about Database Workbench is available at the Database Workbench page, download your copy today via our downloads page, pricing information is available.

This release includes fixes for the InterBase, Firebird, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server modules, as well as general fixes and small new features.

The full details and list of changes in 4.4.1 is available here.


via:Ā News @ Upscene Productions.

2 Responses to “Database Workbench 4.4.1 released (via: News @ Upscene Productions)”

  1. Moritz said

    Their name and logo always reminds me why “every advertising agency needs to have a review panel of twelve-year-old boys” ( :)

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