One More Achievement in the New Year: dbForge Studio for Oracle Got Two G2 Badges

We are excited to announce that dbForge Studio for Oracle won two G2 badges, which further prove how valuable it is to our users. And indeed, the G2 reviewers say that dbForge Studio is so convenient and versatile that they can’t imagine working without it.

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Meet Updated dbForge Tools for Oracle

The Devart team worked hard and now we are glad to introduce new features and improvements to one of our remarkable product lines – dbForge tools for Oracle, namely dbForge Data Compare, Documenter, Data Generator, and Schema Compare.

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Here Comes dbForge Studio 4.4 with the Updates You Don’t Want to Miss!

Meet the latest update of dbForge Studio for Oracle! It packs quite a punch that we believe you will find interesting: updated connectivity, a few new options in the Schema Compare functionality, several useful additions to Documenter, and a couple more improvements that will make dbForge Studio an even better tool for your daily tasks.

Without further ado, let’s overview these updates in detail.

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Another Day, Another Badge – dbForge Products for SQL Server Win G2 and SoftwareSuggest Awards

We are happy to announce that the dbForge product line has received multiple remarkable awards. dbForge Studio for SQL Server and SQL Complete have won two badges each: both G2 and SoftwareSuggest users found these Devart products to be among the best of their kind. This is yet another proof that Devart is able to constantly evolve and adjust to the market demands.

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New Release of ODBC Drivers: Windows 11, PostgreSQL 14, MariaDB 10.6, and Firebird 4 Supported

We are pleased to inform you about the release of all our ODBC drivers for cloud data sources and databases.

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Cross-Compiling in Lazarus on Linux Using UniDAC as an Example

The topic of cross-compiling projects in Lazarus on Linux systems has been repeatedly raised by our users. Therefore, in this article, we want to examine in detail the features of cross-compilation in Lazarus and show how to create a simple application using UniDAC and compile it for a Windows platform in a Linux environment.

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SQL Insert Statement to Insert New Rows of Data Into a Table

In this article, we are going to talk about the SQL INSERT statement and how to use it in order to insert new rows with data into an existing table. Here, you will find the basic syntax for the statement, as well as examples of different ways to use it.

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What Is SQL Server? Versions, Editions, Architecture, and Services

SQL Server is a dominant database management system (DBMS) used by various organizations throughout the world. This article presents a detailed overview of its multiple versions, editions, architecture, and database platform services.

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How to Connect to SQL Server Using SSMS, sqlcmd Utility, and dbForge Studio for SQL Server

In the article, we are going to provide a step-by-step guide on how to connect to SQL Server and execute SQL queries using the sqlcmd utility, SQL Server Management Studio, and dbForge Studio for SQL Server.

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Check Your Current MySQL Version in 6 Ways

MySQL is an extremely popular open-source RDMS, and it’s widely used by millions of companies and professionals. In this article, you will learn how to check the current MySQL version, and how to update it if necessary.

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