SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac is a very popular graphical SQL client, written in Java, which allows you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, and, amongst other things, issue SQL commands. The great thing about using SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac is that the functionality can be extended with the use of plugins!
SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac lets you install and create plugins, which are designed to augment the functions of the core application. There are a number of plugins available for download on the SQuirreL SQL Client website.
SQuirrel SQL Client for Mac is a really handy tool for database administrators who need to analyze the structure of JDBC compliant databases by configuring the proper drives and aliases such as FrontBase, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and InstantDB.
Overall, SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac is easy to install and use. It has been successfully tested with a number of databases, including IBM DB2. It is relatively fast and not too large or resource hungry. If you run into a snag using it, there is plenty of support for the client via mailing lists etc, on the SQuirreL Client home page.
As SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac is a graphical Java program, it requires Java to run. The minimum version of Java supported is 1.6.x.
We don't have any change log information yet for version 3.7.1 of SQuirreL SQL Client for Mac. Sometimes publishers take a little while to make this information available, so please check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.
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