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I built a web app that does pretty much exactly what you're asking for: http://sqlfiddle.com My intent was to make it easier for people to setup environments that demonstrate the SQL problem they are attempting to solve, then post the link to StackOverflow (or something similar) and have people go there and attempt to solve it, much the same as ...
You can use myLittleAdmin (for SQL Server and MSDE) to test your queries on SQL Server 2000. This is actually a live demo app for myLittleAdmin, a web-based SQL Server and MSDE Database administration tool Alternatively you could get yourself a free Windows Azure Platform 30 Day Pass & try your queries on SQL Azure (for a limited time).
I don't know of any online databases you can use, however if the issue is that you need a simple database to check SQL statements as you don't have access to your production one. You could always install the Oracle Express (XE) Edition which is free and small.
Yes you can do it by adding entries to the /etc/hosts file in the same manner as you do in windows. This can be done on a jail-broken iPhone relatively easily (either via SSH or a terminal app on the phone) and similarly from rooted Android. As far as I;m aware it can't be changed from Application code. Another option you might want to look into is ...
Facebook offers developers test accounts with the following conditions: Test accounts won't be able to see real Facebook users and vice versa. You can make an existing account a test account, but if that account is friends with a real account, each user will disappear from the other's list of friends. Our customer support team won't disable test ...
I'm not saying that this is the best way to do it, but here is how I'm doing it right now. I have a website (step1tuts.com), where I announce the project I'm working on, and saying that it's coming soon. At the bottom, I just have a form generated by google docs spreadsheets, where people can sign up to be a beta tester. When I think that my site's ...
If it's an OData endpoint, you can use the excellent OData Explorer: http://www.silverlight.net/content/samples/odataexplorer/ Or the latest version of LinqPad which supports OData data sources: http://www.linqpad.net/ For "generic" HTTP/REST services, you can use Fiddler to capture requests and replay them later: http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler2/
Have you looked at Apache JMeter? It is software. I am not aware of any legal stress testing tools such as a web-app, though if you are desperate, you can try renting those spambots machines (joking). There are a couple of services that do single/double retrieval with detailed statistics. This might be useful to do while you are using JMeter to simulate ...
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