New free web part, Introducing the Camelot SharePoint SQL Commander Web Part

The Camelot SharePoint SQL Commander Web Part is a simple yet powerful query browser for Microsoft SharePoint 2007 and 2010.

Note! This web part does not query the tables in the SQL server; instead it queries the lists and libraries that are enclosed within SharePoint. Read more about this in the Camelot .NET Connector section.

Official web page

http://www.bendsoft.com/downloads/sharepoint-web-parts/sharepoint-sql-commander/

FAQ

What does this web part do?

It give you an interface in SharePoint where you can query your SharePoint lists and libraries with sql. You can experiment with queries of modify your list items directly with SQL. This tool is great for for anyone who quickly want to change large amounts of list items or simply learn to know how the lists works in depth.

How do I install it?

Since this is a highly custom built web part you need to install it manually, you will find everything you need to know about the installation here.

What else do I need?

You must install the Camelot .NET Connector and the Camelot SharePoint Integration Toolkit on the same SharePoint server as the Web Part.

Are there any costs involved?

The web part and the integration toolkit is free to use, they are also open source so you will be able to modify them if you want to. The Camelot .NET Connector is licensed but you can use the trial license to try it, you will find everything you need to know here.

I’m a developer, do I need it?

This web part is great for developers, you can quickly have a look at the stuff under the hood and see how columns are named, what datatype they are using and so on.

I’m an SharePoint administrator, will it improve my life?

Yes, most likely. If you ever tried to delete or rename 10000 records in a list at once you will benefit from using this. Or if you simply want an inline CLI to view and modify your SharePoint Lists and Libraries, it’s very powerful.

 

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