Jun 19


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SQLiteManager is a database manager for SQLite2 and SQLite3 databases. You can manage any SQLite database created on any platform with SQLiteManager. Some features include:

  • New InstantQuery technology for blazing speed queries.
  • Full SQLite2 and SQLite3 support.
  • Full REALSQL Server support.
  • Browse tables, views, and indexes.
  • Rename tables and add columns to existing tables.
  • Create new tables, views, indexes and triggers.
  • Drop tables, views, indexes, triggers.
  • Manage tables by inserting, editing, and deleting records.
  • Built-in virtual machine analyzer.
  • Built-in optimizer.
  • Show JPEG, BMP, TIFF, QuickTime from BLOB records.
  • Save frequently used SQL for later use.
  • Convert SQLite 2 databases to SQLite 3.
  • Powerful reports generation with flexible report templates.
  • Advanced import and export capabilities.
  • Built-in language reference.
  • and much more…

It is a "next generation" GUI database manager that combines an incredible easy to use interface with blazing speed and advanced features.

SQLiteManager allows you to open and work with sqlite 2.x, sqlite 3.x, in memory databases and REALSQLServer databases. It allows you to create and browse tables, views, triggers and indexes. It enables you to insert, delete and updates records in a very intuitive way and it supports you arbitrary SQL commands.

8 Responses to “SQLite Manager –”

  1. J. Scott Anderson Says:

    Does anyone know if this product can open SQLite stores created by Cocoa’s Core Data? If so, how? I have not been able to successfully open one. I get an error that claims that the store is either not a database or is encrypted.

    It would be great if this could open a Core Data store.

  2. Beldrew Says:

    Not a universal binary:( I know it prolly woulden’t make a huge difference but I’m a UB whore :p

  3. n0mmo Says:

    Hmm… I’d jump on this, except I’m more of a ‘MySQL’ kinda guy.

  4. GA Says:

    Any thoughts on what one would use this software for? Is this more of a developer tool than something a casual user would use?

  5. Marco Says:

    A lot of applications use sqlite as a backend database, Apple Mail, Firefox and Spotlght for example.
    A casual user could use SQLiteManager to optimizes or repairs indexes in Apple Mail or just to change or browse its settings in Firefox and so on…

  6. n0mmo Says:

    GA > it’s used for database management. A good rule of thumb for software is this:
    If you can’t tell what it is by it’s description you probably don’t need it.

  7. Dan Says:

    I guess I probably don’t need it… :) Seems like a good deal, though.

  8. GA Says:

    Thanks, n0mmo. I like your rule of thumb. I’ll use it in the future. :)