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  1. #1
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    Aug 2011

    Is Sql2Code.com a good developer tool? Would you use it?

    We've pieced together a tool @ sql2code.com that converts sql statements into executable code for which ever programming language the developer is using.

    What I am wondering is:

    - Is there another tool out there that is similar to this?
    - Is this of any value to you as a developer? Would you use it?
    - Is membership "sellable"? It's awfully hard nowadays to get a developer to pay for anything.
    - Is there any missing functionality that could be useful for inline querying?

    There is a plethora of options available and I'm willing to give anyone free membership if they're interested in trying it out. Register @ http://www.sql2code.com/Account/Register.aspx

    It is in beta testing and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    JHB South Africa

    Re: Is Sql2Code.com a good developer tool? Would you use it?

    Sounds very similar to My generation well actually in my generation you select the SQL table, and it will generate Stored Proc's. Vb, C++, C#, Oracle or PHP business objects, Classes, and Stored proc calls...

    It also uses a Scripting code so that you can customise the outputs anyway you need it..

    and its 'Open Source' ....
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  3. #3
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    Aug 2011

    Re: Is Sql2Code.com a good developer tool? Would you use it?

    Thanks for the feedback.

    I will definitely check into MyGeneration to see what it's about. Sounds like a pretty nifty tool!

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