[ANN]

I've just uploaded the latest release of my JDBC/SQL plugin.

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SQLQueryPlugin

Changes:

  • Bugfixes:

- NPE with DB2 databases
- State of browser window
- Use column format for 'Copy to Clipboard' action

  • Browser:

- Performance improvement for loading tables
- Group tables by table type
- Show procedures, functions and types

  • Result Table:

- Enabled sorting for more than one column
- Convert oracle.sql.TIMESTAMP into java.sql.Timestamp
- Added API for adding custom column formats

  • Use user name for default schema

  • Made describe case insensitive

  • Show value of Auto-Commit in status bar

  • Distinguish between 'Empty password' and 'No password'

  • Possibility to execute statement without parsing


Bye, Stefan.

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Thanks Stefan!

I noticed that when downloading via the download manager, the plugin jar
is placed in ./plugins/lib. Is this by design? Should it not be in
./plugins/sqlquery/lib, or some such?


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It seems like I forgot to set the flag
'Plugin directory (ZIPped)' during the upload of the version and I can't modify uploaded versions.

Barry Kaplan wrote:

Thanks Stefan!

I noticed that when downloading via the download manager, the plugin jar
is placed in ./plugins/lib. Is this by design? Should it not be in
./plugins/sqlquery/lib, or some such?


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Just tried it: it's awesome! No glitches on DB2 anymore (at least not for my
config - v8.1) and the SQL Schema functionality is really great.

Many, many thanks!
Andrei

"Stefan Stiller" <stefan.stiller@net-linx.de> wrote in message
news:3FC1CCB4.8080205@net-linx.de...

I've just uploaded the latest release of my JDBC/SQL plugin.

>

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SQLQueryPlugin

>

Changes:

  • Bugfixes:

- NPE with DB2 databases
- State of browser window
- Use column format for 'Copy to Clipboard' action

  • Browser:

- Performance improvement for loading tables
- Group tables by table type
- Show procedures, functions and types

  • Result Table:

- Enabled sorting for more than one column
- Convert oracle.sql.TIMESTAMP into java.sql.Timestamp
- Added API for adding custom column formats

  • Use user name for default schema

  • Made describe case insensitive

  • Show value of Auto-Commit in status bar

  • Distinguish between 'Empty password' and 'No password'

  • Possibility to execute statement without parsing

>

Bye, Stefan.

>


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- Convert oracle.sql.TIMESTAMP into java.sql.Timestamp


Any chance of doing the same for oracle.sql.DATE?

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Should be no problem.

Barry Kaplan wrote:

>> - Convert oracle.sql.TIMESTAMP into java.sql.Timestamp


Any chance of doing the same for oracle.sql.DATE?


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