Now, look at the screen shot down below to see how Script Executor displays the results – notice the green arrows (click on the image for full size) that allow you to jump from one result set to the other within the same server. Notice also something even cooler, on the left hand side there is a panel showing the list of databases against which the script was executed – so you can easily see the result sets you got from each database. Furthermore, those databases don’t all have to be SQL Server databases – the same scripts can be executed against multiple SQL Server, DB2 and MySQL databases at the same time.
And last but not least how about this ability to manipulate the result set – right click on the result set and a handy context menu appears allowing you to remove certain columns and or certain rows as well as copying and exporting the result set – see below:
Download a copy of Script Executor now and see for yourself how useful this tool can be.