SQL Fiddle

If you like jsFiddle, then you will love SQL Fiddle. It allows you to select a database, build a schema, populate the schema and run queries against it. The service currently supports MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. Why is this interesting? You can compare databases, post questions to forums along with your schema and query or just prototype an idea.

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6 comments on “SQL Fiddle

  1. I have had this working with a local SQL server in the past, I simply
    made a dataset, added an insert statement and then referenced the
    dataset in the behind code by using a line such as:

  2. Yeah, it’s really a great idea. I regret why I didn’t think of such a utility before ;). But I can’t find Save button on it, just like jsfiddle. Am I missing something?

  3. Hi,

    There is no Save button because there is no need to. SQLFiddle automatically saves the schema and your sql queries whenever you execute them. But I guess, we have to log out and log in back again (via openid) to view these saves SQLs. I’m using the incognito mode.

    Needless to say, this is a wonderful piece of work. Now there is SQLLite support as well.

    Cheers,
    Kasun