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ID: 17154, IBConsole 344 for Windows

by Jeff Overcash (TeamB) Email: Anonymous


IBConsole 344

THIS IS AN OLD VERSION OF IBCONSOLE AND NOT RECOMMENDED.
Get the latest version of IBConsole free by downloading InterBase Developer Edition instead.

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Size: 977,384 bytes
Updated on Thu, 14 Mar 2002 12:16:11 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 06 Dec 2001 17:57:58 GMT
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MD5 Hash: 1790CCFABF63384550D5D3748103F949

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Description
Fixes 344
Find works in WISQL window
Logging into a server with something other than Sysdba.
Decimal separator correct for exported data (did use Regional setting when creating the Insert statements)
Scripter in WISQL wnidow handles trailing spaces correctly after a terminator
External functions not repeated over and over again
Option added to always reset the terminator before each SQL run in the WISQL window
Domains not chowing check constraints fixed
Extract metadata now correctly refreshes when you scroll objects in the Object Window
Line information added on parsing/scripting errors

Fixes 343
All reported AV cases from 342 are fixed
WISQL window handles CREATE/CONNECT statements much better than 342


There have been many changes fixes since 339. This should be more stable and is using the new IBScript components, so hopefully it will be much better at scripting.

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Reply  Posted by christian charette on Jun 06 2002
IBConsole 344 for Windows
Reply  Posted by Jeff Overcash on Dec 28 2001
re: IBConsole 342 for Windows

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