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DbVisualizer 1.0

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Release Notes

Improvements

  • Bookmarks SQL Commander restructured. SQL Bookmarks management is now displayed in a separate frame instead of being a part of the SQL Commander
  • SQL Bookmarks are now easy accessible from the Bookmarks menu in the menu-bar
  • SQL Bookmarks dialog include functions to structure your SQL statements and give them alias identifiers
  • Connection Setup Added support for simultaneous database connections
  • Information about a database connection (optionally including password) are saved to disk
  • Databases can be given an alias
  • Driver Manager New facility to find and load JDBC drivers automatically by selecting a directory, JAR or ZIP file.
  • Export Any visible table in the application can be exported to a HTML formatted file
  • General All appropriate dialogs has been updated to include choice of database
  • User specific preferences are stored to disk and read upon subsequent invocations
  • Any previously stored JDBC drivers, database URL and SQL Bookmarks can not be read using this version. The recommendation is to start the current DbVisualizer and copy the information to a file. Then install and start the new version and copy the information into it. Yes, this is kind of odd and will be handled better in a future version.
  • Support for Java 2 version 1.2.2 and 1.3
  • New option to enable/disable JDBC driver tracing. (The amount of output here depends on the current JDBC driver(s))
  • Monitor Report tab can be set to monitor mode which enables automatic execution of the current reports
  • The new Reports tab is a convenient mechanism to always have the result of one or several select statements easy accessible. These are presented either in tab form or as MDI frames
  • Object View New tab in table explorer lists the first rows in the table
  • SQL Commander Number of max rows to fetch for a 'SELECT' statement can now be specified in the SQL Commander
  • The new history feature automatically saves all executed statements performed in the SQL Commander. (The history buffer is cleared between DbVisualizer invocations)
  • Any statement in the SQL Commander can contain variables (Ex. $$First Name$$) and these are prompted for substitution before execution
  • Tool Properties The columns that are presented in the table explorer tabs can be customized in the preferences file (this will be supported from within DbVisualizer in a future release)
  • Workspace Tool-bar with context sensitivity

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