SyBrowser — a suite of applications that lets you query Sybase and MS SQL databases hosted on UNIX, Linux and Windows servers — has been updated to version 5.0.
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SyBrowser, which is compatible with Mac OS X and Mac OS 8.6-9.x, allows the execution of SQL queries in Sybase and MS SQL relational database systems, and enables users to export query results to disk. With version 5.0, users can view information about indexes, stored procedures can be copied to the clipboard, and an “Open Recent” menu has been added that shows a dynamic list of previously opened files. The Save dialog is now a sheet under Mac OS X. Also, SyBrowser now saves documents in a new XML format that’s incompatible with previous versions.
There are other enhancements, as well as bug fixes. SyBrowser is a shareware product by Dr Gerard Hammond, a bioinformatic analyst at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, Australia. Registration is US$89. You can download and test drive SyBrowser, but unregistered users are limited to 25 rows of returned data and don’t have access to many features.