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SQLTool Pro Database Editor

by Nic Raboy
Rated: All Ages

Price: $3.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.6.0
  • * SSL is now supported for SQL Server connections

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Product Features

  • Support for MySQL, SQL Server, Sybase ASE, Derby, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Oracle databases
  • Export table row data to a CSV file
  • Customized queries with the query editor
  • Easy to use interface
  • Extensive help documentation
  • SSH Tunneling with password and public key authentication support

Product Description

Connect and manage MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, Derby, Sybase ASE, and Oracle databases from your Android device.

Databases can be managed using the customized query editor or through a limited amount of built in shortcuts.

SQLTool DOES NOT connect to any web service. All connections are direct based on the information provided.

SQLTool does not work with Oracle 10.2+. It will work with Oracle 10.1 and lower.

SSH Tunneling supports password and public key authentication. Private keys must be saved using OpenSSH format. The recommended strength is 2048. Keys must be saved to the SQLTool directory in the devices internal storage with the .key extension.

Technical Details

Size: 2.5MB
Version: 1.6.0
Developed By: Nic Raboy ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Write to external storage
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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Real work tools are often gimped on Android because of the limitations of the operating system itself. Not to mention the limitations of tablets and mobile devices in general. A good example would be pretty much any so-called "office suite."

Well, not this one.

I have been using these tools for years on Windows and Linux and Mac OS and pretty much every other desktop/server operating system out there. I have used these tools a lot. I always have and probably always will.

Having this app on mobile is like having a breath of fresh air. This is well beyond a simple SQLite editor, folks! This is the real deal.

That being said, one must remember what device they are on and remember that these devices were not designed to do any real work. In fact, the whole idea of using them as total PC replacements is ludicrous. But that doesn't mean that they aren't totally useless and this application is proof of some of those possibilities. As long as your expectations don't go through the roof and you know what device you're on, this is pretty much as feature complete as possible for the platform. You can connect, control, query and manage many different types of databases. You can connect to pretty much anything (Derby support? Impressive!). You just have to be careful that you don't execute some sort of runaway query that triggers results that are bigger than your device can handle. But that's not the fault of the application. That is true for any DBMT.

To say that I'm impressed would be an understatement. I'm also blown away that an application this useful would be the free app of the day. This is going to be a mainstay on my android devices now and it's absolutely better than anything else I have found so far. And it's only $1.99 when it's not the FAOTD?
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At first glance it appears to be pretty nifty... it supports SSH tunneling with password authentication, as well as key-pair authentication (a rarity on most SSH-compatible apps). It seems to display the tables exactly as they're defined and lets you perform custom queries on them. I did notice that you *have to* specify the password to your SSH tunnel even if you're providing a SSH key-pair, which is odd; I just provided a dummy password since it's ignored anyway. It also doesn't make sense that there's no way to configure a "server" option, so that when you connect, you see a list of databases, and can browse in each database; rather, you have to specify the database when you're configuring the server, and there's no show databases option unless you perform a custom query. I also noticed that for one of my tables that stores password hashes as a BINARY field, the raw binary data was displayed, also known as non-human text; most solutions show BINARY/BLOB fields as hexadecimal, or at least provide an option to enable that.
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Works well. If you are in the market for a SQL editor, this one will meet your requirements. Not an every day use item for me but it works well enough that if you ever need the functionality it will come in use and be able to get the job done.
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By Roger T. on July 31, 2013
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I would have NEVER expected this to be the FAOTD! The very first reviewer summed up everything that I would have said. I just wanted, nay, needed to rate this app 5 brilliant stars! Thank you dev. Your work is truly appreciated by those of us that can utilize it.
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It was super easy for me to access my protected database by tunneling with SSH. Would definitely recommend this to someone who would prefer to access their data instantly on the go
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It does exactly what it says on the tin, in a pleasing form factor. Big respect to the dev for not trying to gouge more privileges than actually needed.
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Even better than the free light version which is easily a four+ star app. If you know what this is, and want to use android for this purpose, this will do the trick.
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There are obviously too very different needs for a database tool: One to edit databases on the device and another to access databases on other systems. I use all the tools I've tried on external databases, and the one thing they all have in common is how slow they are, even with tables that aren't very large (perhaps a few hundred rows). Some of it is the wireless connectivity, but only some of it.

The thing I like about this tool is the display of the data: All of the data is retrieved at once, and you move the display right/left/up/down in a very intuitive way. I contrast this with those tools that retrieve (or display anyway) a limited subset of records, and there's a wait while it shows the next subset. On the other hand, other tools "freeze" the primary key column(s) as you scroll left to right.

The biggest issue for me, however, is that I can find no way to save queries (not the output, but the text of the query). This eliminates the tool having any utility for me.

I'd suggest trying "Connect to SQL", which I find muh more usable.

What stops this from being at all useful to me is that I can find no way to save queries.
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