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Testers can use SQL Locator to browse and examine data.

Project managers can review how data is laid out and perform specific searches.

Search any edition of SQL Server from the Express up to the Data Center edition

Search through Reporting Services and Sharepoint databases.

Search through any types of data, including xml, unicode, geographic, geometric, sql variant.

If a company's name has changed, use SQL Locator to perform the search and replace.


Search through system databases for latest entries

Search for info on backups/restores, sql jobs, log shipping, replication.

Search through partitioned views and tables.

Search through a subset of tables or views.

Search through database snapshots and replicated databases.

Search through log shipped data.


Perform case sensitive or case insensitive searches

Search the entire SQL Server instance all at the same time.

Slow down or speed up searches by enablinig multiple parallel threads.

Schedule the search to run late at night when traffic is lower.

You can set the search to NOT run longer than X number of seconds, minutes, or hours.

Search for the latest database entries within a date range.


Before exporting or importing data to another system, search for carriage returns or tabs.

Search through data stored in various collations.

Use the suggest-as-you-type feature to gauge what data exists in the database.

Filter out Noise words that may affect search results

Filter out certain word endings that may affect search results

Save your search results to a text file, xml file, Excel spreadsheet, or save to another database.


Add synonyms, opposites, and spell checking to your searches.

Share your search results with other users.

Review or edit archived search results.

Display the number of matching records.

Use the Database Browser to view the first few records of each table/view.

List table names sorted by rows count.

Use the Permission Viewer to check your access level for each table and column.


Search for international unicode data or localized data.

Browse column schemas (Identity, primary key, data type, nullability) of every table.

For each database, show properties such as rows count, tables count, vi ews count, offline/online, and database size.

Generate scripts to delete or replace the search results.

Generate scripts to query the search results.

Use the Permission Viewer to see what access you have to each database.

Use the Permission Viewer to see what access you have to each database.

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