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Does anybody knows a sql syntax formatter (desktop or Web) to sql anywhere 11?

Google only finds to me sql normal syntaxer. Sub-select for example, gives me syntax error in these tools.

Thanks in advance!

asked 29 Mar '10, 15:00

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(29 Mar '10, 15:08) Volker Barth

Thanks, i didn't find it in search.

(29 Mar '10, 16:32) Ismael

QweryBuilder has a built in SQL Formatter. Currently, for SQL Anywhere, it only supports SELECTS, INSERTS, DELETES and UPDATES. We are currently looking at upgrading the format utility so it will work with all SQL Anywhere syntax.

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