ASP.Net Database Tools
These products support all aspects of developing database driven solutions, from database administration & management tools to components that enable applications to work with many different database formats.
These products eliminate the need to write repetitive database access code, either by generating the necessary object and UI code or by providing a dynamic object interface.
These tools enable the user to perform management and administrative tasks against databases including SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL and MS Access. These tools make it possible to administer databases from alternative locations such as web pages. As well as access to database meteadata, some tools provide other management tasks e.g. structure comparison or produce documentation.
These components provide the developer with an API through which they can implement data access operations. The products vary according to the types of database (SQL Srrver, Oracle, MySQL, MS Access, BDE) , the types of access (Admin, User, programmatic, visual) and the mechanism (ODBC, JDBC, ADO, JET etc).
These tools enable the end use to compare the schema and data of two databases, report the differences and script the changes required to synchronise one database with another.
Integrated development environments specifically for developers working on database projects.
Use these tools to generate and author database schema documentation inclding diagrams of tables and relationships and documentation of cross references.
Give your applications data persitence capabilities without sacrificing portability and independence. Database engines provide self contained lightweight data storage capabilities that can be integrated into applications built for all platforms - .Net, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Database Management Systems enable you to organise and store information for your applications. Some also feature self contained development environments in which you can design, implement and deploy complete database driven applications.
These tools enable the developer to provide database querying facilities to the end user.
This classification contains the databse tools that don't have a seperate classification of their own.
These are tools that provides analysis of data stored in a database. OLAP tools enable users to analyze different dimensions of multidimensional data. For example, it provides time series and trend analysis views. OLAP often is used in data mining.