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SQL File Extension

SQL file extension is created by ISO IEC, also known as Structured Query Language Data File. SQL has been classified as Common File Types. You can open and render the contents of this file in a Text Editor. You can open SQL files in Oracle MySQL program.

Structured Query Language Data File Type

Structured Query Language Data File Type
Extension .sql
Developer ISO IEC
Popularity 5.0 (8353 Votes)
Mime Type text/x-asm
Default Program Oracle MySQL
Category Common File Types
Format Text
Updated 4/1/2024

What is a SQL File Type?

It is unlikely that you will encounter SQL files unless you develop or manage web databases. The SQL language first appeared at IBM in the 1970s and was adopted by the ISO and ANSI standards groups in 1986 as the standard language for relational database management systems. Since its adoption, it has been revised to support more features and has generated several variants of database language, including Mini SQL (mSQL) and MySQL.

S-Q-L "or Sequel." Sequel.

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Free online SQL Tools & Apps

We have also the free online .SQL (Structured Query Language Data File) file extension apps that can allow to view, edit, convert from to SQL, merge, split and compare the SQL files without installing anything on your system. Please click on the links to explore the complete list of details for each required feature.

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SQL Files Common Issues

There are few common issues with the Structured Query Language Data File .SQL File Extensions while opening the .SQL files on Windows and MacOs, we have solution to those issues such as:

Can't Open SQL Files?

  1. You must have supported software programs installed for Structured Query Language Data File on your system such as Oracle MySQL.
  2. Associate default Oracle Oracle MySQL program for *.sql (Structured Query Language Data File) files.

    Associate SQL Default Program on Windows
    1. Right-click a *.SQL (e.g example.sql) file and click Open With.
    2. In the Open with dialog box, click Oracle Oracle MySQL program Or click Browse to locate the program (*.exe) that you want.
    3. Select check box for Always use this app to open .sql files.

    Associate SQL Default Program on MacOs
    1. Click *.SQL (e.g example.sql) file and click information -> Open With.
    2. In the programs list, click Oracle Oracle MySQL program Or other appropriate program that you want.
    3. Confirm Change for all... and Contine.
    4. A message will appear "This change will be applied to all files with .Oracle MySQL extension. By clicking Continue you confirm your selection", click Contine to apply changes.

Related SQL File Extensions

SQL default file extension is .SQL and other similer related extensions are:

All Platform Software Programs for SQL File Extension

List of all softwares that can open the SQL files on each platforms such as Windows, Mac, iOS, Linux, Web and Android, you may click the each software link for more details for other supported formats for each software and the verified direct download links for each software with complete lisensing details.

Microsoft Windows logo image Open SQL File on Windows

Software License Developer
GitHub Atom image. GitHub Atom 1 for Windows Open Source GitHub
Richardson EditRocket image. Richardson EditRocket 4 for Windows Commercial Richardson
gVim image. gVim 7 for Windows Open Source gVim
Oracle MySQL image. Oracle MySQL 5.6.19 for Windows Open Source Oracle
IDM UltraEdit image. IDM UltraEdit 24 for Windows Commercial IDM
Vim image. Vim 7 for Windows Open Source Vim
Microsoft Visual Studio image. Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 for Windows Commercial Microsoft
Microsoft Visual Studio Code image. Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1 for Windows Open Source Microsoft

MacOs logo image - FileProInfo.comOpen SQL File on Mac OS

Software License Developer
GitHub Atom image. GitHub Atom 1 for MacOs Open Source GitHub
Bare Bones BBEdit image. Bare Bones BBEdit 13 for MacOs Commercial Bare Bones
Richardson EditRocket image. Richardson EditRocket 4 for MacOs Commercial Richardson
MacVim image. MacVim 7 for MacOs Open Source MacVim
Oracle MySQL image. Oracle MySQL 5.6.19 for MacOs Open Source Oracle
Apple TextEdit image. Apple TextEdit 1.15 for MacOs Bundled Apple
MacroMates TextMate image. MacroMates TextMate 2 for MacOs Commercial MacroMates
IDM UltraEdit image. IDM UltraEdit 24 for MacOs Commercial IDM
Microsoft Visual Studio Code image. Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1 for MacOs Open Source Microsoft

Linux logo image - FileProInfo.comOpen SQL file on Linux

Software License Developer
GitHub Atom image. GitHub Atom 1 for Linux Open Source GitHub
Richardson EditRocket image. Richardson EditRocket 4 for Linux Commercial Richardson
Oracle MySQL image. Oracle MySQL 5.6.19 for Linux Open Source Oracle
IDM UltraEdit image. IDM UltraEdit 24 for Linux Commercial IDM
Vim image. Vim 7 for Linux Open Source Vim
Microsoft Visual Studio Code image. Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1 for Linux Open Source Microsoft

Website logo image - FileProInfo.comOpen SQL file on Web

Software License Developer

iOS logo image - FileProInfo.comOpen SQL file on iOS

Software License Developer

Android logo image - FileProInfo.comOpen SQL file on Android

Software License Developer

About Licensing

  1. Free Trial This software are often used for an attempt period, like 14 days, before requiring payment. Some trial versions have a reduced feature set.
  2. Free This software is liberal to use. Examples include open-source , freeware software, like free programs supported by advertising.
  3. Free+ This software is liberal to download and use, but contains in-app purchases (IAP) to unlock additional content or functionality.
  4. Paid This software must be purchased so as to use it. it's going to be offered as a perpetual license or ongoing subscription.
  5. Included with OS This software is bundled with an OS , like Windows, macOS, or Android.

SQL file extension icon image.About SQL - Structured Query Language Data File

FileProInfo is to help you understand about the Structured Query Language Data File with *.SQL suffix, and provide the complete detail as how to open, edit, convert, merge, split and compare it with other related software programs, software download links and free online apps and tools.

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Updated 4/1/2024


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