Simple SQL search conditions parser (where clause)
An simple SQL Server Library
Uses ole to interact with the Mocrosoft ADO objects and interface with Microsft SQL Ser...
Add sqlserver support to foreigner
Analyzing any SqlServer database and produce a sql script for replicating the database
A library for generating arbitrary SQL statements using convenient Ruby objects.
build SQL statements in a modular fashion, one piece at a time; only used/tested with M...
sql_tagger inserts stack trace comments into SQL queries.
Uses built-in mysql commands for dumping/loading of plain text fixtures and schema.
runs sqltests for CBS Testing environment
The library can parse an SQL query (a string) to represent the query using a sy...
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Retrieve SQL values using Active Record query interface but without instantiation of A...
Makes it easier to deal with SQL queries and handle their results. You can see how it ...
Sqlyzer is a Ruby Mixin able to store, load, update and delete Ruby objects and their r...
Simple Ruby wrapper for Sqoop JDBC <-> HDFS import/export tool
Wrapper for Sqoot API. Using FaradayMiddleware
SQrbL was created to help manage an extremely specific problem: managing SQL-based dat...
A ruby gem for the SQRL authentication system described by Steve Gibson of GRC.com
Simple Queue Service accessing library
SQS is a Ruby interface to Amazon's Simple Queue Service. SQS uses the Query API, expos...
A simple library that leverages Event Machine to issue requests to the Amazon SQS servi...
Polls a single SQS queue and copies the body of any messages to a configurable set of c...
Library to queue and execute jobs via AWS SQS
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Simple job processing library which uses SQS.
Sidekiq-like Ruby background processing using Amazon SQS
An Amazon SQS poller that can be configured to perform actions upon receiving SQS messages
Amazon SQS queue names need to be unique at the account level. This gem implements a si...
Generic Worker Executor Service for Amazon SQS