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Message Posted: Tue, 07 May 2002 @ 15:27:12 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Queryman vs other tools when multiple database environments exist
From:   John K. Wight

Sorry (and thanks Paul) - got the wrong message for the reply.

Here it is with the original - again apologies - dyslexia you now;-)


I guess I never thought of Queryman as an 'information discovery' tool for users. I know that there are customers who have users that use it, but they are VERY SQL savvy. Is your customer's users that way? OR, are you talking about the IT development/support staff.

I don't believe TOAD works with anything other than ORACLE. Not sure, just have seen it and it is VERY Oracle oriented. At a customer I'm currently at, they see a combination of Queryman and WinDDI as a good replacement for TOAD in their Oracle environment.

Also, about this one tool "thingy" - may I ask a question without trying to be 'cheeky'?

What one tool do you have at home that will fix everything? (No, telephone or duck tape are not acceptable).

Again, just JK's thoughts for what they are worth on the market today!

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