WHAT IS THE BEST SQL MANAGMENT STUDIO

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  1. amz

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    Hi I am using Microsoft management studio for managing my database and building tables and queries and all database objects as i need

    and it is very helpful and quick and clear

    i am now working with other database like Oracle and MySQL

    But i can't find a management studio for those database like Microsoft SQL management studio

    any advice ??
     
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    you will not be disappointed with EMS SQL Manager group (for mysql,interbase...)
    just search the forum.
     
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    I use DevArt ones and they do the job very well.
     
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    What tool ? Name, version
    Latest version is working fine, no nag or so.
     
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    These are my favorites:
    • Dell Toad for Oracle, Mysql
    • Devart dbForge studio
    • Navicat premium (useful for quick data browsing/filtering)
    • EMS SQL Manager
    All of the above are available in this forum. ;)
     
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    If you are looking for an all database manage having ease of use and not heavy on resources
    I would suggest database.net(http://fishcodelib.com/). It's the best.
    Not as much feature extensive as Microsoft SQL management studio or any of the apps mentioned above
    But if you regularly work with multiple databases - like I do - albeit I have MSMS for MsSQL and MySQL Workbench for MySQL I invariably fall back to database.net for others.