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ApexSQL Doc/2005.13

New Product for SQL Server DevelopmentApexSQL Report/2005.02 is a Web reporting solution for SQL Server that works with your existing stored procedure base to send generated HTML reports to your user's desktops in minutes, without HTML coding.

ApexSQL Doc/2005.13 automatically documents your database into Compiled HTML Help-format or HTML. This includes many customizable options and an extensive command-line interface.

ApexSQL Doc/2005.13 documents multiple databases simultaneously and has the ability to include or exclude individual objects. It offers extensive, comprehensive SQL database documentation.

ApexSQL Doc/2005.13 features include the following:

  • Ability to include dependency diagrams in your documentation
  • Custom tags
  • Embedded customizable text blocks
  • Scores of customizable options
  • Support for both HTML and CHM output
  • VS2005 style
  • Collapsible regions
  • HTML 2.0 (hxs) support.

System requirements: Microsoft SQL Server versions 7.0, 2000 or 2005. Required components not included with Installation: Microsoft ActiveX Data Access Objects Library, Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) 2.8 or greater, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. Compatible operating systems: Windows NT 4.0 SP3+, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, compatible with 64-bit OS versions. Processor: Pentium 600 MHz or higher, 512 MB RAM (256 MB minimum), 10 MB free disk space (100 MB preferred).

Pricing: ApexSQL Doc, no maintenance, 1 license, $399; 2-4 licenses, $319; 5-9 licenses, $279; 10+, $239; site license, $2,633.

ApexSQL Doc + 1-yr. maintenance, $499, 1 license, $499; 2-4 licenses, $399; 5-9 licenses, $349; 10+ licenses, $299; site license, $3,293. ApexSQL Doc + 2 yr. maintenance, $559; 1 license, $559; 2-4 licenses, $447; 5-9 licenses, $391; 10+, $335; site license, $3,689.

ApexSQL Doc + 3-yr. maintenance $579; 1 license, $579; 2-4 licenses, $463; 5-9 licenses, $405; 10+, $347; site license, $3,821.


This was first published in January 2008

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