How to Articles on .NET, VB.NET, C#, SQL development: Engineered to help you extend your support from mobile devices for Microsoft SQL Servers, Siccolo mobile management tool is a portable administration tool for Microsoft SQL Server.
Siccolo is the premier GUI admin tool for Microsoft SQL Server management, control and development.
Siccolo gives you wide opportunities to perform all the necessary database admin
routines such as creating, editing, dropping database objects;
moreover, you can build queries, execute queries and SQL scripts,
view data, export data, manage SQL Server users and their privileges,
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Siccolo provides you with a number of easy-to-use features for performing the required data manipulation
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Siccolo - SQL Server Management Tool For Mobile Devices is packed with built-in functionality and tools.
Siccolo delivers a rich set of management tools for both DBAs and sys admins.
SQL Server management has always been an area of DBA concern. The new Management Tool For Mobile Devices - Siccolo - has simple "Enterprise Manager" and the "Query Analyzer".
Siccolo is a management tool for the MS SQL Server with administration capabilities and a database query tool. The administration features provide users the ability to browse database structures. An integrated query tool allows users to quickly create, edit and execute SQL queries and scripts. Siccolo also provides an export tool to allow users to easily save and email execution results.
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Run SQL Query window (with semi-automated Insert/Update/Delete/Select Statements)
Open/Save SQL Scripts in multiple tabs
Explore SQL Server
Browse databases and database objects (tables/views/stored procedures)
Browse/Manage SQL Server jobs
Browse/Manage windows services (start/stop)
View event logs (Application, System)
Manage SQL Server - restart MS SQL Server service and SQL Agent
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