MSSQL Admin tool for Mac

Posted on 2004-11-14
Last Modified: 2006-11-17
Hi there,

Im a mac user, and we recently changed our database server from mysql to mssql,
I was wondering if anyone out there knows of a admin tool that I could use from my mac [kind of like Query Analyzer mixed with phpMyAdmin]

Cheers Guys
Question by:d2kagw
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    Hi d2kagw,

    Yes, Navicat:
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    Hey NetworkArchitek ,

    Thats for MySQL only, I need one capable of Microsoft SQL....
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    Hi d2kagw,

    have a look at Aqua Data Studio (

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    Super Program... thats exactly what I was looking for...

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