Database Workbench 2.3.1 released

Database Workbench is a powerfull developer tool that includes support for Microsoft SQL Server, version 7, 2000, MSDE 1 & 2. It let's you create schema objects from a convenient interface, transfer data or profile your database by displaying query plans or creating thousands of rows of test-data.

New Table Structure Compare Tool in Beta

Aladdin is an "alter table" script generation tool for SQL Server 7/2000.
Aladdin is currently in BETA. They are currently looking for for 25 people willing to use the beta product and report their experiences. Users who fully participate in the beta will get a free, single user license when the product is released. To participate in the Aladdin BETA program, please download the software and send an email to Ken Otto: ottosoft@hotmail.com - Subject: Aladdin Beta Test.

Storage Performance Council

The Storage Performance Council (SPC) is a non-profit corporation founded to define, standardize, and promote storage subsystem benchmarks as well as to disseminate objective, verifiable performance data to the computer industry and its customers.

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