SQLPro Studio 2020.08 – Database UI for SQL Server, Postgres, Oracle and MySQL

SQLPro Studio 2020.08 – Database UI for SQL Server, Postgres, Oracle and MySQL

SQLPro Studio is the premium database management tool for Postgres, MySQL, Microsoft Management Studio and Oracle databases.SQLPro Studio


Some of the great features include:

  • Intellisense/SQL autocompletion.
  • Syntax highlighting with customizable themes (including dark).
  • Tabbed based interface for an optimal user experience.
  • Context aware database tree navigation, including quick access to tables, views, columns, indexes and much more!
  • SQL Beautifier/formatter.
  • Database wide searching.
  • NTLMv2 supported (but not required).
  • Netbios support.
  • Master password support for additional security.


SQLPro Studio supports the following database servers:

  • MySQL & MariaDB
  • PostgreSQL
  • Microsoft SQL Server (2005 and above)
  • Oracle (8i and above)



Version 2020.08:


  • An issue where the SQL beautifier would add an extra space at the end of lines.
  • An issue where `Drop View` context action (in Snowflake) would try and run a drop table script.
  • An issue where dropping a postgres procedures would try and run a drop function script.
  • An issue where ‘Create Table’ menu items were missing from the database tree (SQLite).
  • A crash that could occur with the ‘Format Query’ action.
  • A crash that could occur when loading Postgres tables.
  • A crash that could occur when clicking on Foreign Keys in the results data grid.
  • An issue where refreshing the root server node would do nothing.
  • An issue where closing tabs may not disconnect the client.

Other improvements:

  • Improved autocomplete with ‘order by’ clause. Now limits to tables used in the query.
  • Autocomplete is now a background operation. If for some reason the autocomplete is slow it will no longer freeze the main UI thread.
  • Postgres inherited tables are now beneath their parents node in the database tree.
  • If you select a Table or Column in the database tree, hitting Copy (via ctrl-c or menu items) will copy the table schema/name or column name to the clipboard.
  • You can now create a virtual table from a CSV file (SQLite).



OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor

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