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This page contains answers to common questions handled by our support staff, along with some tips and tricks that we have found useful and presented here as questions.

 


   

How do I check for product updates?

The help file or help menu that comes with our products specifies the location where product updates can be found.

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Where can I find technical help?

You can send an email to DBMan@sqlexec.com.

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Who is DBMan?

DBMan is the dude who wrote DBMan.

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How does DBMan compare to other database tools?

DBMan has these features common to a lot of database tools:

  1. Issue SQL queries (most support this)
  2. ODBC support (most support this)
  3. Export/import (most support this, but some in limited fashion)
  4. Retrieve in Grid display mode and allow for Grid updates (most support this)
  5. View table details (most support this)
  6. Native driver support (few offer this)
  7. Database vendor cross-platform (few support this)
  8. Database Bulking (few support this)
  9. Forward engineer (few support this)
  10. Reverse engineer (few support this)
  11. Data compare (few support this)
  12. DDL compare (few support this)
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Who should use DBMan?

Here is a straitforward test to see if DBMan is right for you.

  • If you are a data analyst, DBMan is right for you.
  • If you are a business analyst, DBMan is right for you.
  • If you are a system tester, DBMan is right for you.
  • If you are a database developer, DBMan is right for you.
  • If you need to do simple DBA tasks, DBMan is right for you.
  • If you work with multiple database vendor types, DBMan is right for you.

Here are the cases where DBMan is NOT right for you:

  •  If you are a DBA and need a tool to administer or monitor database activity, DBMan is not right for you.
  • If you are a developer and need to do advanced coding or use debugging features using proprietary languages like Transact SQL and PL/SQL, DBMan is not right for you.

In sum, DBMan is not a DBA all in all tool and neither is it the best developer tool.  Go pay the big bucks and get a tool to do that for ya.  But if you just need to do basic database stuff, then DBMan is the best bang for the buck!

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Where can I get help for DBMan?

You can send a request directly to DBMAN (dbman@sqlexec.com).

You can also read the document for DBMan.

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