Not just another visual query tool, OmniView makes working with SQL Server database content quick and easy for a wide range of user skill levels. Examine or edit data from any table just like a spreadsheet. Filter data with a point-and-click query builder without knowing any SQL. When you do write SQL, write it faster with the advanced SQL editor. OmniView makes database users more productive and lessens the workload on DBAs to support them.
What's new in version 2.3
The currently connected server and database is now shown in the status bar when no worksheets are open. When one or more worksheets are open, it is the server and database for the active worksheet.
On SQL Server 2005 with a database compatibility less than 90, object owners are now correctly shown when the owner is a schema.
Changing the "Allow Editable Views" preference now changes the state of the active worksheet right away (if it is a view) rather than waiting for a refresh.
When saving a new private view with the same name as another private view on the same table, the private view toolbar dropdown now changes to reflect the new private view.
Opening a stored procedure worksheet no longer tries to execute the stored procedure right away if there are parameters on the stored procedure. This was a problem introduced in a recent release.
When executing a stored procedure which returns an empty result set, an empty data grid is now shown (rather than no data grid at all).
ReleaseAugust 26, 2008
Date AddedOctober 11, 2007
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT