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SQL batch/terminal client

SQL-DK is and command-line client for relational databases.

Main features:

- seamlessly integrates SQL into your shell scripts
- universal – uniform interface for your relational database regardless it is PostgreSQL, MariaDB, MySQL etc.
- prepared (parametrized) statements – safely pass any data to your DBMS – no more SQL injection
- supports named parameters, not only ordinal ones; for any DBMS
- modular design – formatter plug-ins; you can use one of built-in formatters or write your own and get output (result sets, updates results) in any format
- streaming – results from database are streamed throught chosen formatter to the output – no need to fetch whole result set into memory (thus infinite result sets can be processed)



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21 June 2021

Leaders and contributors

František Kučera author

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Mailing List Info/Archivehttps://lists.globalcode.info/mailman3/postorius/lists/sql-dk-dev.lists.globalcode.info/
Bug reports and feature requestsE-mailmailto:sql-dk.08r281ft@frantovo.cz
VCS Repository Webviewhttps://hg.frantovo.cz/sql-dk/

Software prerequisites

Required to buildPerl
Weak prerequisiteJDBC drivers
Required to useJava


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