Please contact us at email@example.com and we will resend your serial code. It is useful to provide an alternative email address and a telephone number in case we experience further problems.
Yes, you can.
If you want to change your registered username for some reason it's possible to change it.
Some examples where this is possible:
We try to be flexible on this, so most cases are acceptable
Please note that we reserve the right not to change user names at our discretion.
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the situation; quoting:
Please indicate clearly the name that you would like to use instead, which must be the real name of an individual or organization.
We'll then replace your existing serial number with a new one that matches the new name and remove the old one from our database.
You should then use only the new serial number.
The old serial number may not work in future releases.
When you order more than one copy we normally generate one serial number, which is valid for the number of copies that you bought. This has proved to be easy to administer for both our customers and ourselves.
For SQLEditor 2 and later, the number of copies is encoded in the license key and the registration window will display the number of licenses.
If you have ordered multiple single licenses or multiple site licenses then you can choose to have each serial number registered to a different name or change the existing username to reflect your organization or group.
If you want to do this then please send an email to email@example.com with your order number, current username and serial number; together with details of how you would like the serial numbers allocated and we'll be pleased to make the changes.
The price depends on the type of license and the date that you purchased it.
If you choose to upgrade, you may be entitled to a free upgrade.
Otherwise we offer a discounted upgrade price
28th February 2014
1st of March 2014
|With valid Upgrade assurance|
|Single Educational License
|Educational Group/Site License
Your existing SQLEditor 2.x license and software remains fully valid for use
To find out exactly, please use the upgrade to SQLEditor 3 page
No. However the v3 upgrade costs the same and SQLEditor 3 licenses
are also valid for 2.x releases.
No, SQLEditor cannot edit the data in your database.
SQLEditor works only with the structure of the database, it cannot edit individual records within the database.
For more information please see: SQLEditor: Data vs Structure
See the SQLEditor database drivers page
The size you see on your printed documents is large but is also technically correct. The size of the objects on the paper will match the size of the objects visible on screen (at normal screen resolution).
If you want to squeeze more onto each sheet you can change the printing scale factor in the
File->Page Setup panel.
(After some feedback we are actively considering changes to this, possibly with a default reduced scale factor, so that more is put on each sheet by default. Hopefully it should arrive in a future version.)
The following drivers are automatically detected by SQLEditor. (Although other drivers can be added manually)
You can place JDBC database drivers in either
for use by all programs on your machine
for use only by SQLEditor
See the Database Drivers page for more details
See the field icons page for more details
To contact us with a support issue please email: