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Announcing SQList v3.5 with SQL Azure Support


Now also supports SQL Azure and SharePoint Online in Office365!
 

We are pleased to announce version 3.5 of our SQList product, a lightweight Windows Service that can be installed anywhere and will replicate SharePoint lists, libraries and files from SharePoint (Online and OnPremise) to a normalised set of SQL Server tables that are built dynamically.

 

Features include:
 

  • Support for SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 and SharePoint Online in Office365
  • Exports all the lists and libraries in a SharePoint site as a set of normalised tables to any SQL Server database;
  • Selective replication: precisely control the lists and files you wish to replicate;
  • Parallel list sychronisation: replicate multiple sites and lists in parallel for enchanced performance;
  • Continuously updates the target SQL tables (data and structure) as your SharePoint site changes, every few seconds, or on a schedule you define;
  • Builds an indexed SQL table for each list or library on the fly;
  • Exports attachments and documents, as well as list data, and stores them as binary objects in the target SQL database
  • Microsoft Cloud and Hybrid friendly! Push On-Prem or Office365 SharePoint data into in house SQL Server Databases or SQL Azure. Think of the possibilities!
  • Runs as a lightweight Windows service that can be hosted on almost any Windows server or desktop PC;
  • Leverage the low cost, rapid assembly and advanced UI, workflow, document management, collaboration features and access control of SharePoint to manage content, data, and documents for your application
  • Additional performance enhancements, UI tuning, caching and bug fixes in v3.5 of SQList
     

 Download a 30 day fully working trial of SQList

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