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dbForge Studio for SQL Server is a leading integrated development environment for SQL Server management. It is equipped with a built-in GUI, and allows to speed-up almost any database operation. With this, you can perform many tasks such as editing, copying restoring database from one server to another.


dbForge Studio


  • Data Replication
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Database Conversion
  • Performance Analysis
  • Virtualization
  • Queries
  • Query Profiler
  • User Interface
  • SQL Editing and Execution
  • T-SQL Debugger
  • Data Export and Data Import
  • Database Designer
  • Index Manager
  • SQL Coding Assistance
  • Schema Compare
  • Table Designer


  • Deployment: Installed - Windows


  • Documentation

dbForge Studio Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours
  • Online

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Devart

  • Headquarter: Czech Republic

  • Full Address:


The platform works great, replacing the admin interface provided by MySql. DbForge provides the tools and familiar interface features need to perform all the admin and development we need.

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The database schema comparison and synchronization tool was the big draw for us. We needed an efficient way to migrate schema changes from DEV to QA to PROD environments. dbForge met this need and made doing so a breeze. It even generates the SQL code necessary to accomplish the sync and lets you preview/edit the code if you disagree with the way that it intends to sync.

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When we have one product such as SQL Server and we want to buy MySQL Database tool. It would be nice if we can get some discount. If we need to buy all the Four Database tool, we need to buy them separately. If they can be bundled, that would be great.

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The “Edit View” feature is a little clunky–you cannot edit SQL directly in the SQL tab, and when you try to do it in the Query Text tab, it constantly throws errors as you type. Sometimes you just need to do a quick edit to a view and it’s a bit frustrating to deal with. I found myself opening up a new SQL window, copying my code, pasting into the new tab, modifying and copying back to the Query Text tab. There has to be an easier way.

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I love the rapid development nature of the drag and drop query building! The amount of time saved by simply clicking table names and creating joins with a drag of the mouse is monumental. I’m a huge proponent of saving only minutes or seconds – add those up of the course of a month or year and you’ve just bought a whole lot more time for more important thing.

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