Friday, 14 September 2007

New Upload: GenDAT

I have just uploaded GenDAT to my website (

GenDAT is designed to be a useful, easy to use query tool for use with SQLServer and Oracle databases. There are a few of these type of programs around, including of course the ones supplied with the database clients themselves. GenDAT however is designed to be easy to use, fast and with some very nice features including multiple results grids, query history and export to XML and HTML.

One nice feature is that GenDAT supports very large grids, depending on the number of columns and the type of data contained, it is possible (if you really, really wanted) to load more than one million rows into the grid ! GenDAT is written using the .NET Framework 2.0 and as such requires that the framework is installed on the host machine.

GenDAT supports Xcopy Deployment, and as such installation consists of dragging and dropping !

GenDAT supports multiple instances, so if the eight Results Sets are insufficient, feel free to launch another version of the program.

If you are looking for a tool that is freely and easily available, as well as being easy to use and powerful, that you can deploy without any installation or licensing issues then GenDAT may be of use to you.

GenDAT can also be downloaded directly from here.

"Never feel self-pity, the most destructive emotion there is. How awful to be caught up in the terrible squirrel cage of self." - Millicent Fenwick

No comments: