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What is ByteDesigner software from NipDATA, what is it used for and how to use it?
Database design tool with integrated SQL Editor
ByteDesigner is the emerging enterprise tool for designing databases at all levels of an organization, using the same concepts found in tools costing thousands of dollars!
Its a powerful database design tool, with advanced SQL Editor, and support for all major RDBMS, that can design complex systems.
Online documentation is found here:
Supported platforms (13):
Linux (Intel and PowerPC),
Solaris(Intel and Sparc),
Mac OS X(Intel and PowerPC)
for both 32 and 64 bit.
Databases supported (9): Oracle, ODBC, SQL92, MySQL, PostgreSQL, DB2, FireBird, MS SQL, SQLBase
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ByteDesigner is a software product developed by NipDATA and it is listed in Programming category under Database. ByteDesigner is licensed as Shareware which means that software product is provided as a free download to users but it may be limited in functionality or be time-limited.
You may need to pay at some moment to continue using product or to use all functionalities. You can run ByteDesigner on all modern Windows OS operating systems. ByteDesigner was last time updated on 15.01.2015 and it has 734 downloads on Download.hr portal. Download and install ByteDesigner safely and without concerns.
ByteDesigner Change info
ODBC code is available in plugins
Use single connection per project
Set connection error for each sql statement executed
All debug code aware of class names
Upgraded qt ODBC plugin framework to support ODBC environment features
setup can change the used ODBC plugin: unixODBC or iODBC (linux, solaris)
setup available to switch between builds
Implement license management
Use binary space partition when showing diagram objects
Extreme performance showing thousand of objects in the diagrams
OSX universal binary with 4 achitectures: i386, x86_64, ppc and ppc64
Upgraded Qt library to version 4.8.6
Many fixes for the reported issues
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