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Default Any good Web-Based Query Builders Out There?

Hi,

Does anyone know if there is such a thing as a web-based Query-Builder tool out there, similar to the ones that come with SQL Server or Access?

I'm assuming such a thing wouldn't be doable with Ajax, that it would have to come in a Java applet or ActiveX control. What do you think?

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What are you looking to query?
Do you mean the Query Designer that is found in SQL Server management studio/enterprise manager and Access?

On the contrary, I think this kind of tool would be very well suited for AJAX.

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