Celebrating BroadSQL 10th Anniversary !

Posted on January 20, 2023 at 11:23  by Alexandre Conforto


On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, we are proud to celebrate the success of BroadSQL. This powerful and versatile command line tool has been helping developers, data analysts, and database administrators to manage and query their SQL databases with ease. With its user-friendly interface and advanced functionality, BroadSQL has become a go-to solution for data import, SQL management and database connectivity. We are grateful for the support of our customers over the years ...

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New BroadSQL release 4.8

Posted on April 02, 2022 at 09:29  by Alexandre Conforto

Today is the release date of 4.8 which migrates the H2 databases and drivers to H2 version 2.1.210.

H2 version 2.1.210 is a major release with important changes in the way H2 supports SQL standards. See http://www.h2database.com/html/migration-to-v2.html for more details.

For more info, see release notes

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New BroadSQL release 4.7.1

Posted on September 25, 2020 at 16:06  by Alexandre Conforto

Since the improvement of Custom Commands in 4.7, a few bugs have been solved as well as a few verifications related to the keywords used to call custom commands. These keywords cannot be blank, they can not overlap existing commands, in which case the command is ignored and they can only contain alpha-numeric and space characters.

For more info, see release notes

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New BroadSQL release 4.6 ready for Java 11

Posted on June 07, 2019 at 18:32  by Alexandre Conforto

If you belong to one of these numerous organizations that is migrating from Java LTS version 8 to 11, you will take advantage of this new release developped specifically for Java 11 and above. If you are still working with Java 8, no worry, you can still use BroadSQL 4.5. 

Version 4.6 does not bring new features. It is a technical release focused on the upgrade of internal components. The embedded database drivers have been upgrade (see Read More

BroadSQL now available for Linux platforms

Posted on February 24, 2018 at 17:58  by Alexandre Conforto

It's been 10 years that the first version of BroadSQL has been released. Since then BroadSQL was only available for Windows platforms. Starting with release 4.2,you can now use your preferred SQL command line client from within Linux. 

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