Yes. You can run MS SQL, Oracle, MY SQL... queries and get results in Log Parser Lizard. Select "SQL
Severer T-SQL Query" (or OLE DB Query if you don't use MS SQL Server) as query type and set
the database connection string in "Input Properties". If you often use
one database, you can also set default connection string in Settings
Dialog box (click on "Set Application Defaults" button). Now you can
write your SELECT query and browse results from Log Parser Lizard.