SQL Azure is now feature complete for it’s launch at Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference (PDC). Some of the other products in the Microsoft platform suite (like SQL Server Management Studio) have not yet caught up to SQL Azure. Hopefully that will be by PDC. :-)

In the meantime here is another excellent tool that can be used to fill the gap. In his blog post Stephen Forte talks about Gem Query, the SQL Azure query tool from Microguru.

According to Microguru the tool: provides an intuitive user interface to connect to and work with SQL Azure databases. Gem Query Tool supports execution of any DDL and DML script supported by SQL Azure. To facilitate authoring of SQL queries, Gem Query Tool for SQL Azure displays tables and columns in your database.

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