We’ve just launched the third video in the DatabaseSpy series. Exploring Databases is a tour of the DatabaseSpy Online Browser, a powerful tool for viewing, searching, and analyzing one or more connected databases. Exploring Databases builds on the preceding video, Database Connections, which demonstrated how easy it is to use DatabaseSpy to connect to one or more databases. You can even simultaneously connect to databases of different types. And DatabaseSpy supports the most popular databases in production today, including Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, Oracle, Sybase, MySQL, and more. Once you’re connected, the DatabaseSpy Online Browser shows you an expandable hierarchy of the database structure. It’s a great place to start exploring an unfamiliar database or quickly navigate to any specific element you need to work with in a familiar one. The Altova Flash videos are proving to be a popular feature on our Web site, with close to 350,000 views in all. If you haven’t seen an Altova product video yet, you’re missing a great opportunity to get a flavor for components of the award-winning Altova MissionKit by seeing them in action. If you’re already a fan, check back again soon — we’re in the studio working on more videos right now.
Tags: DatabaseSpy, German, IBM DB2, Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase, v2008
VIENNA, Austria, 6 November 2007 – Altova, (www.altova.com) creator of the industry-leading XMLSpy XML Editor and other leading XML, data management, UML, and Web services tools, today announced that Altova DatabaseSpy 2008 is now available in a German language version. Like its English counterpart, the German edition of DatabaseSpy connects to all major databases, easing SQL editing and database structure design, for a fraction of the cost of single-database solutions. DatabaseSpy supports IBM DB2 (including IBM pureXML), Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, MySQL, and Sybase, as well as other ADO or ODBC databases.