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Browsing an accounting table saving in a SQLite database.
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Color syntax highlight for custom SQL queries.
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QtSqlView - Qt-based SQL Database Viewer

QtSqlView is a simple and easy to use SQL database browser written in Qt 4.x using the excellent QtSql components. Using QtSql drivers it can natively connect to MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases. Furthermore other database systems may be accessed using their ODBC drivers. QtSqlView is released under the GNU General Public License: source and win32 binary may be downloaded below.

This short program was initially written for a set of windows users, who need to access and edit a PostgreSQL database. This is possible with M$ Access and ODBC, but the configuration of PostgreSQL's ODBC driver and the ODBC DSN is far too complicated for the average database editor. Thus problem-free access of open-source databases was top priority for QtSqlView.

QtSqlView does not aim to be a generic SQL database tool including table schema editor and dialog-based data entry. For this purpose you may consider using TOra or Kexi.

QtSqlView boasts the following features:

The source code package can be built on Linux, Windows, OS/X and probably other Qt platforms using the usual qmake && make commands.

The Windows binary version was built with Qt 4.2 and includes native drivers to access MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases. No other program package is needed. The versions of the included drivers are available and will be updated when needed.

Downloads

QtSqlView Version 0.8.0 (current) released 2006-10-10
Source code archive: Download QtSqlView-0.8.0.tar.bz2 (33kb) Browse online
  MD5: 465b98f2981a9d4d9db00e1eeec23ef9  
Windows binary setup: Download QtSqlView-0.8.0-1-win32.exe (4263kb) Contained Package Versions
  MD5: a237716dd0fc697ab502623debf546f1  

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Schema of the accounting table. SQLite v3 has only few field types.
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Edit the data directly in the table. Submit all changes after reviewing them.
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Connect to a PostgreSQL database server from Windows using the native built-in library.
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Comfortable listing also of remote databases.
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The schema information is much more detailed for PostgreSQL tables.
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