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You use the Structure linkdatabase tool Web SQL Studio (Web SQL) to display and change data in a database instance using SQL statements. You can use Web SQL Studio to access database instances on your local computer and on remote computers.

Web SQL Studio is a web application and can be used on all Structure linksupported operating systems.

Implementation Considerations

Web SQL Studio is included in the MaxDB software. For information on where to get the MaxDB software and how to install it, see Structure linkDownload; and in the Installation Manual, see Structure linkConfiguring Web SQL / WebDAV.


You can use Web SQL Studio to access WebDAV repositories. See the documentation for Structure linkWebDAV.


For information about the user interface, see Screen Areas in Web SQL Studio.


The database tools SQL Studio (GUI) and SQLCLI have features similar to those of Web SQL Studio; however, they use a different user interface.

Web SQL Studio provides the following functions, among others:

Calling Web SQL Studio

Logging on to a Database Instance

Executing SQL Statements

Opening WebDAV Repositories

Saving SQL Statements

Editing Stored SQL Statements

Displaying the Software Version of Web SQL Studio

Closing Web SQL Studio

See also:

For more information about the database system, see Structure linkConcepts of the Database System. For information about SQL syntax, see the Structure linkSQL Tutorial and the Structure linkSQL Reference Manual. For quick access to all documentation and an explanation of the most important terms, we recommend the alphabetical Structure linkGlossary.


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