SQL-DK is and command-line client for relational databases.
- 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)
released on 10 January 2014
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|Weak prerequisite||JDBC drivers|
|Required to use||Java|
|Required to build||Perl|
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