How to Boost Your Database Development Productivity with SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34
If you are a database developer or DBA who works with Oracle, SQL Server, Azure SQL, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Redshift, Netezza, Greenplum, MS Access, SQLite, SAP (Sybase) ASE and SQL Anywhere, you might be interested in a powerful tool that can help you write faster and better SQL code. That tool is SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34.
SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34 is a productivity tool that integrates with many widely used database editors and management environments, such as SQL Server Management Studio, Oracle SQL Developer, Toad for Oracle, Toad for MySQL, Toad for DB2, Toad for SQL Server, Visual Studio Code, Notepad++, Sublime Text and many others. It provides intelligent code completion, code snippets, parameters lookup, dependencies analysis, code refactoring, SQL reference, context help, syntax checker, spell checker and other vital coding tools.
With SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34, you can:
Speed up the database development process by up to 300% and more.
Improve code quality and accuracy by avoiding common errors and typos.
Reduce debugging time by finding and fixing bugs before they cause problems.
Enhance code readability and maintainability by applying consistent formatting and naming conventions.
Simplify code navigation and exploration by using graphical database modeling and design tools.
Optimize code performance by using performance monitoring, data analytics and reporting tools.
Automate code generation, ETL, data obfuscation and sanitation, database unit testing and other tasks.
Support multiple database systems with a single tool.
If you want to learn more about SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34 and how it can boost your database development productivity, you can download the free trial from https://www.softtreetech.com/sqlassist/ [^1^] and check it for yourself. You can also read real results shared by SQL Assistant users at https://www.softtreetech.com/sqlassist/testimonials.htm [^1^]. We think you will like what you see, and we will be happy to see you joining many other users relying on SQL Assistant platform.
In this article, we will show you some of the features and benefits of SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34 in more detail. We will also provide some tips and tricks on how to use it effectively in your daily work.
Intelligent Code Completion
One of the most useful features of SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34 is the intelligent code completion. It helps you type SQL code faster and easier by providing suggestions for keywords, database objects, columns, parameters, functions, operators and more. It also shows you the syntax and options for each SQL command and function, as well as the documentation and examples. You can customize the code completion settings to suit your preferences and coding style.
To use the code completion feature, you just need to press Ctrl+Space or start typing a word in your editor. A popup window will appear with a list of suggestions that match what you typed. You can use the arrow keys or the mouse to select a suggestion and press Enter or Tab to insert it into your code. You can also press Ctrl+Shift+Space to show all possible suggestions for the current context.
The code completion feature works with all supported database systems and editors. It also supports different SQL dialects and versions, such as Oracle PL/SQL, SQL Server T-SQL, MySQL SQL, PostgreSQL SQL and more. It can even handle complex scenarios such as nested queries, subqueries, joins, unions, CTEs, window functions and more.
Another feature that can save you a lot of time and typing is the code snippets. Code snippets are predefined templates of SQL code that you can insert into your editor with a single keystroke or mouse click. They can help you create common SQL statements and constructs quickly and easily.
SoftTree SQL Assistant 7.3 34 comes with a large collection of built-in code snippets for various database systems and tasks. You can also create your own custom code snippets and organize them into categories and subcategories. You can assign shortcuts and keywords to your code snippets for faster access.
To use the code snippets feature, you just need to press Ctrl+J or right-click in your editor and select Insert Snippet from the context menu. A popup window will appear with a list of code snippets that match the current context. You can use the arrow keys or the mouse to select a code snippet and press Enter or Tab to insert it into your code. You can also type a keyword or a shortcut for a code snippet and press Tab to insert it.
The code snippets feature works with all supported database systems and editors. It also supports different SQL dialects and versions, as well as dynamic parameters that you can fill in when inserting a code snippet. aa16f39245