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anildas



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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 7:
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This manual describes the features of the SoftTree SQL Assistant product, including how to use the graphical user interface, register editors for SQL assistance, use of code completion features; use of SQL Reference functions and database integration options.
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This manual describes the features of the SoftTree SQL Assistant product, including how to use the graphical user interface, register editors for SQL Assistant, use code completion features, and use SQL Reference functions and database integration options.


Reasoning: You are listing the things this manual describes, including:
    "how to" use the graphical user interface
    "how to" register editors for SQL Assistant
    "how to" use code completion features
    "how to" use SQL Reference functions and database integration options
"How to" is implied in each item because only that gives "register editors for SQL assistance" meaning.

Note also that the semi-colon in this sentence should be replaced with a comma.
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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 9:
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It integrates with many widely used database editors, database management and development environments, as wells as DBMS native utilities transforming them to RAD database development tools.
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It integrates with many widely used database editors, database management and development environments, as well as DBMS native utilities transforming them to RAD database development tools.

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Thanks! I will submit them for correction.
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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 9:
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Supports 7 most popular database systems.
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Supports seven most popular database systems.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 10:
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The available choices depend on the chosen DB Type parameter and different for different database types.
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The available choices depend on the chosen DB Type parameter and are different for different database types.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 11:
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Enter this parameter only if establishing a TCP/IP based connection and if your database server is using non-default port number to listen for new network connections.
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Enter this parameter only if establishing a TCP/IP based connection and if your database server is using a non-default port number to listen for new network connections.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 11:
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For Microsoft Access connections enter full name of the Microsoft Access file to connect to to.
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For Microsoft Access connections enter full name of the Microsoft Access file to connect to.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 11:
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Typically multiple types of database providers can be used to establish a connection to the database server, yet they all require that a database client software installed on the local computer, for example, both Micorsoft's System.Data.OracleClient and Oracle's Oracle.DataAccess.Client can be used to establish an ADO.NET-based connection and both internally use Oracle client software, which can be also used directly via OCI interface.
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Typically multiple types of database providers can be used to establish a connection to the database server, yet they all require that database client software be installed on the local computer. For example, both Micorsoft's System.Data.OracleClient and Oracle's Oracle.DataAccess.Client can be used to establish an ADO.NET-based connection and both internally use Oracle client software, which can be also used directly via OCI interface.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 11:
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If checked, this option makes SQL Assistant to save the specified connection parameters in its configuration file.
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If checked, this option makes SQL Assistant save the specified connection parameters in its configuration file.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 13:
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When working with user-defined targets and targets that don't use known connection types, SQL Assistant opens new connection to the database server, which is not shared with the target application.
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When working with user-defined targets and targets that don't use known connection types, SQL Assistant opens a new connection to the database server, which is not shared with the target application.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 15:
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By default, SQL Assistant remembers used connection settings and user credentials and stores them in the configuration file SqlAssist.sas file.
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By default, SQL Assistant remembers used connection settings and user credentials and stores them in the configuration file SqlAssist.sas.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 15:
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If your password or user name got changed since you saved the connection settings causing the database connection to fail, SQL Assistant automatically prompts you to re-enter your connection settings and updates them in the configuration file.
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If your password or user name changed since you saved the connection settings causing the database connection to fail, SQL Assistant automatically prompts you to re-enter your connection settings and updates them in the configuration file.

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SQL Assistant v3.5.11, page 15:
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You can use the SQL Assistant's Options dialog to change your connection password proactively and to need to modify other connection settings.
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You can use SQL Assistant's Options dialog to change your connection password proactively and to modify other connection settings.

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Thank you very much for your input. Your corrections will be added to today's compilation and make into 3.5.x public release. If you find something else, please let us know, we will make appropriate changes in the following builds.
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