today announced the release of MacSQL 2.1.2. MacSQL is a database management application that enables Mac users to interact graphically with SQL databases.
MacSQL sports AppleScript support, and this new update specifically adds improvements to MacSQL’s interaction with Apple’s home-grown scripting environment. Additionally, version 2.1.2 can specify text encoding used on remote databases, includes a tutorial on how to synchronize data between SQL and FileMaker Pro databases, and also incorporates bug fixes and performance improvements.
MacSQL 2.1.2 requires a PowerPC-based Mac running either Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X; ODBC support requires the Merant ODBC Driver Manager. For Oracle database support, you’ll also need the Oracle JDBC for Java 2.
Released as commercial software, MacSQL costs US$249; A Lite version is also available for $99. A 10-day time expiring demo is available for download. Upgrades from previous versions are available.