Where to find the Microsoft SQL manager for Linux?

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Hello friends,

Where to find the Microsoft SQL manager for Linux? There are some differences that Windows operating systems has with Linux, so I cannot seem to find the Microsoft SQL manager for Linux. Would you mind instructing me to get into the system manager of the database application?

Thanks and Regards,

Debra Carter.

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Where to find the Microsoft SQL manager for Linux?

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Hello Debra,

Squirrel SQL is known as best SQL manager on Linux, and it's also free. Squirrel SQL allows you to interact with SQL databases. It's very user friendly since it offers code completion. It contains a lot of plugins which enables you to customize the behavior of application so you can make a comfortable environment for SQL manipulation.

This is the official page of SQuirrel SQL so you can try it for yourself: http://squirrel-sql.sourceforge.net/

Cheers.

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Where to find the Microsoft SQL manager for Linux?

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Hi Debra,

Fortunately, you can now use the Microsoft SQL on Linux distribution. Just follow the link provided below to study and review the instructions on how to properly configure and setup Microsoft SQL on Linux.

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux – The link will guide you through the documentation and installation process of SQL on Linux distribution such as Red Hat and Suse Enterprise.

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