xSQL Software Releases xSQL Object for Public Beta Testing

Monday, September 29, 2003
For Immediate Release

Atlanta, GA – September 29, 2003 – xSQL Software, a provider of SQL Server auxiliary tools and utilities, announces the release of xSQL Object, a utility for SQL Server Database Administrators that provides for Scripting, Comparing and Synchronizing SQL Server Objects.

“xSQL Object is the first in a line of products that xSQL Software is planning to bring to the market” said Naim Sula the CEO of xSQL Software. “Our goal is to make the life of the SQL Server DBA easier, to help them become more efficient and to eventually save them time and money by providing them with robust, fully integrated tools that automate routine everyday tasks.”

xSQL Object is built on the .NET platform and supports SQL Server 2000. It requires .NET Framework 1.1 or higher. Performance and simplicity of the interface have been the pivotal factors throughout the design and development process.

xSQL Object allows for comparing Servers, Databases across different servers, tables, views, stored procedures, user defined functions etc. Also, scripting of various SQL Server objects based on the hierarchy of dependencies, and synchronizing of such object is easy and straightforward.

Fully functional beta version of xSQL Object is available for download from the company website at http://www.xsql.com. Pricing and licensing options will be announced when the product begins shipping in 2004.

xSQL Software develops database tools and utilities for administrators and developers. xSQL Software is a subsidiary of Bright Minds Group, Inc. an Atlanta-Georgia based company. You can reach the company via e-mail at info@xsql.com and on the web at http://www.xsql.com.

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