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Toad for SQL Server 3.2 is now GA

This release of Toad for SQL Server includes major overall performance improvements allowing much faster query execution and data display.  Other improvements in this release include:

  • Enhanced query development and debugging with:
    • “Error highlighting” which highlights SQL code that causes an execution error so issues are immediately located and resolution expedited
    • More automated query creation options through the Query Builder that provides support for more complex SQL development needs
  • Greater flexibility for database administration including:
    • Expanded support of Log Reader for x64 servers and Windows Vista
    • Powerful functionality in Data Compare which now compares any SQL Server tables, views, columns AND data
    • Extensive ability to search for data in Toad’s data grids by key words or phrases and highlighting all matches for instant location of desired information
  • Version Control support extended:
    • Subversion and CVS version control now supported

You can download a free trial at

is where you can find out What's New in this release. 

In addition, there's a very active user community with daily (even hourly) participation from the Toad development team - find them at and, for the beta, at



Published Friday, November 30, 2007 2:14 PM by KKline
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Peter Neumann said:

Toad for SQL Server 3.2 is a well-done tool, but I would like to recommend one more great tool for monitoring and analyzing SQL Server performance. dbForge Monitor is a free tool that helps you to save time spent on SQL Server performance analysis -

January 4, 2018 5:13 AM

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Kevin Kline is a well-known database industry expert, author, and speaker. Kevin is a long-time Microsoft MVP and was one of the founders of PASS,

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