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dbForge SQL Decryptor 3.1

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PriceFree
Version3.1
Release DateSeptember 20, 2017
CategoryDeveloper Tools
SubcategoryDatabase Software
Operating SystemsWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Publisher

Devart

https://www.devart.com

Publisher's Description

It is not uncommon when database developers need a quick way to decrypt an encrypted stored procedure in a customer database. dbForge SQL Decryptor decrypts encrypted stored-procedures, views, triggers, and functions for FREE! 

The tool provides you with the highly responsive UI, syntax highlighting, unicode support, batch mode, decryption caching and much more

Features Highlight:

Decrypt all possible object types

Stored procedures (including numbered procedures and replication filters), functions (scalar, inline and multistatement table-valued), triggers (on tables, on views, on databases, and on server instances) and views.

No DAC connection is required

Similar tools compel you to use Dedicated Administrator Connection mode to decrypt an object, which may lead to certain difficulties with reconfiguring the whole server. dbForge SQL Decryptor does not require this mode, but doesn't prohibit to use it, because you can save some time while decrypting objects in large databases.

SSMS-like Object Explorer

You can do everything in a familiar way: connect to as many server instances as you like and browse all available databases.

Syntax highlighting

A build-in text editor allows you to see the original object definition with syntax highlighting, which facilitates reading of source code.

Saving definition to file

You can save every decrypted definition to a file with UTF-8 encoding, which preserves all national characters.

Batch decryption wizard

Decrypt all or particular objects with extra convenient and simple wizard, then save definitions to one or several files, or just alter database objects in-place.