SQL Server Data Editing Made Easy
OmniView is a powerful data viewing/editing utility for Microsoft SQL Server. Not just another visual query
tool, OmniView is a feature-rich data manipulation tool which makes access to database content quick and simple
for a wide range of user skill levels.
"OmniView can work with tables, views, and stored procedures. What can it do with them? Darned near anything."
» Mike Gunderloy
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Often there are a variety of people involved in any database project, with a variety of skill
levels. Not only database administrators and developers, but also project managers, quality assurance teams, technical
support staff, trainers...and sometimes even your own customers...may have need to directly examine and manipulate
data within a database.
How Will OmniView Help You?
In a word...productivity. If you work with SQL Server databases, OmniView helps you
accomplish tasks quicker, easier, and with fewer mistakes. OmniView helps you manipulate data
more rapidly and more conveniently than is possible through native tools such as SQL Management
Studio, Enterprise Manager or Query Analyzer.
Not a SQL Server Expert?
OmniView is of even greater value to technical users who aren't necessarily expert database developers
or administrators. These users often are not as productive with more
technically-oriented tools. They need an intuitive interface which lets them rapidly and easily
get in and out of data and then get on with their job.
OmniView helps them do exactly that.
What's Wrong With SQL Server's Own Tools?
"You have an awesome product...makes me so much more productive at keeping my data clean
than Enterprise Manager ever would be capable of, that is for sure! You guys have developed something really valuable."
» David Misner
Not much...for what they were designed to do. SQL Management Studio's main purpose is to create and manipulate
database objects, with some minor capabilities to work with the data itself. OmniView was never meant to perform any
database object construction. But it blows away SQL Management Studio for working directly with data.
OmniView is designed to complement these tools in the areas where they are weak, not replace them. And it is
particularly well-suited to help those users who need to work with SQL Server data but aren't necessarily SQL
experts (hint to DBAs: buy OmniView for your users to take some of the support load off yourself).