|License||Free to try|
|File Size||21.02 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 10, Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP|
Do you manage multiple servers for multiple purposes in your work? Do you want to be able to run sets of scripts on multiple server concurrently, from a single application? Wouldn't it be nice to be able to view the results of the scripts from your servers in a single consolidated result set, instead of individual result sets for each server? Then give SQL Multi Select a try. It does all the above and more, to make your job of managing your servers easier. You can set up multiple lists of servers for different purposes. For e.g. you may have different server lists for test, production, or QA. Data retrieved from multiple servers are displayed in a consolidated result set. The origin of the data is also displayed, so you can quickly tell from which server and database the data was retrieved from. Need to share your consolidated result sets? SQL Multi Select can export your result sets to text files and even into a SQLite database. Need to compress those files? That's taken care off too, with zip and 7-zip compression options. Use regular expression filters to include or exclude databases from your projects. With this, any new databases that meet the filter criteria are automatically included (or excluded) from your project. You can quickly exclude scripts or servers from your project run simply by unchecking the appropriate item. Very convenient if you want to test a single script, or run scripts on a particular set of servers. You can quickly exclude the results from one or more servers from the result sets simply by unchecking the appropriate servers. Easily set up and run daily maintenance and health check scripts so that you have a record of your databases' settings and statistics, using the SQL Multi Script command-line interface. You can configure the number of server and database threads in your projects. This allows you to run your scripts on multiple servers in parallel, meaning results are returned faster. SQL Multi Select can run scripts on MySQL, Oracle, or PostgreSQL query groups. That's almost like having 3 products for the price of one.