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Hey guys,

I work alot with Firebird databases, so it was really important that I find a compatible SQL frontend for OS X. After I spent a couple hours searching google and finding nothing that met my needs, I went to Apple.com and found an application called "SQL Developer". I know apple.com should have been my first stop, but I guess I had to learn the hard way LOL!

Anyway, I have been using it all day today, and it is amazing. Not only does it connect to Firebird, it is also compatible with all of the following databases:

Oracle 8/8i/9i/10g
IBM DB2 (OS 390, Windows)
Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Excel
PostgreSQL
PointBase Server
Firebird
MySQL
Mimer SQL
Gupta SQL Base
Ingres
Informix
Mckoi
Cloudscape
HypersonicSQL

Here's where you can get it...
http://sqldeveloper.solyp.com/index.html

Just thought I'd post this to help some of my fellow developers out .
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