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Hi Jim,

Great plugin. Have you taken a look at SQL Developer? SQL Developer is
an SQL tool itself written in Java. It has some features that you might
consider for future releases.

Thanks,
Jon

James Birchfield wrote:

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge. All
source is checked into CVS.

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

Enjoy!

Jim


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I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open it, it
says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not found".


"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge. All
source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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Damn, I was hoping I was the first only one to find that. Shortly after 1.0
was released, I removed it and pushed up 1.0.1. It alleviates the problem.

Sorry bout that!

Jim

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open it, it
says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not

found".
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"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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No, I haven't heard of it. If you have any links I would be more than hppy
to take a look.

Jim


"Jon Steelman" <steelman@mindspring.com> wrote in message
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Hi Jim,

>

Great plugin. Have you taken a look at SQL Developer? SQL Developer is
an SQL tool itself written in Java. It has some features that you might
consider for future releases.

>

Thanks,
Jon

>

James Birchfield wrote:

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

>


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http://sqldeveloper.solyp.com/

SQL Developer is at version 1.14. One of the features added to 1.14 that
I really like is their Image viewer where Blobs containing images can be
conveniently viewed.

Jon

James Birchfield wrote:

No, I haven't heard of it. If you have any links I would be more than hppy
to take a look.

Jim


"Jon Steelman" <steelman@mindspring.com> wrote in message
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>>Hi Jim,
>>
>>Great plugin. Have you taken a look at SQL Developer? SQL Developer is
>>an SQL tool itself written in Java. It has some features that you might
>>consider for future releases.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Jon
>>
>>James Birchfield wrote:
>>
>>>I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge.
>>

All

>>>source is checked into CVS.
>>>
>>>Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.
>>>
>>>http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/
>>>
>>>Enjoy!
>>>
>>>Jim
>>



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No problem. Thanks for the quick turnaround.
BTW - Love the plugin! Keep it up. Now I don't need to keep TOAD running
just to see if an insert worked.

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
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Damn, I was hoping I was the first only one to find that. Shortly after

1.0

was released, I removed it and pushed up 1.0.1. It alleviates the

problem.
>

Sorry bout that!

>

Jim

>

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ak2p2i$r9s$1@is.intellij.net...

I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open it,

it

says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not

found".
>
>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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Exactly! That is the main reason I wanted this type of plugin. IT
alleviates most of my need for TOAD. Not meant to be a replacement by a
long shot, but sometimes I just quickly want to see the column name or the
column type, and don't want to have to switch my programs...

Jim


"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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No problem. Thanks for the quick turnaround.
BTW - Love the plugin! Keep it up. Now I don't need to keep TOAD running
just to see if an insert worked.

>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2pta$s7j$1@is.intellij.net...

Damn, I was hoping I was the first only one to find that. Shortly after

1.0

was released, I removed it and pushed up 1.0.1. It alleviates the

problem.
>

Sorry bout that!

>

Jim

>

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ak2p2i$r9s$1@is.intellij.net...

I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open it,

it

says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not

found".
>
>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to

SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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Now if someone would just make a PVCS plugin... :)
Wish I had the time.

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
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Exactly! That is the main reason I wanted this type of plugin. IT
alleviates most of my need for TOAD. Not meant to be a replacement by a
long shot, but sometimes I just quickly want to see the column name or the
column type, and don't want to have to switch my programs...

>

Jim

>
>

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ak2roo$16g$1@is.intellij.net...

No problem. Thanks for the quick turnaround.
BTW - Love the plugin! Keep it up. Now I don't need to keep TOAD running
just to see if an insert worked.

>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2pta$s7j$1@is.intellij.net...

Damn, I was hoping I was the first only one to find that. Shortly

after

1.0

was released, I removed it and pushed up 1.0.1. It alleviates the

problem.
>

Sorry bout that!

>

Jim

>

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ak2p2i$r9s$1@is.intellij.net...

I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open

it,

it

says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not

found".
>
>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to

SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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hi james
thanks for the good plugin!
i desire more feature: some code aware for table names and column names:
eg:
i had a table "orders", and "orders" contains three columns: id, longname,
orderdate
and i want when i enter sql like:
select * from or...then stop to press some keystoke (like ctrl-space or
other),
the plugin autocomplete the whole word "orders",
and the same thing for when i continue typing to "select * from orders where
long.."
it can complete the "longnames" when I press some key(woo, can I config it?)

thanks, :)
"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> ??????????
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Damn, I was hoping I was the first only one to find that. Shortly after

1.0

was released, I removed it and pushed up 1.0.1. It alleviates the

problem.
>

Sorry bout that!

>

Jim

>

"Brad" <lanebr@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ak2p2i$r9s$1@is.intellij.net...

I get the attached error when opening IDEA. In case you can't open it,

it

says: "class with name "net.plugin.sql.actions.SQLViewerAction" not

found".
>
>

"James Birchfield" <jim.birchfield@genscape.com> wrote in message
news:ak2nu8$p17$1@is.intellij.net...

I have uploaded a new release of the SQLViewer plugin to SourceForge.

All

source is checked into CVS.

>

Feature requests and bugs should be submitted through SourceForge.

>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlviewer/

>

Enjoy!

>

Jim

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When I click a control in SQLViewer with build 644, I get an error "Error during dispatching of java.awt.event.MouseEvent[MOUSE_RELEASED,...] Has anyone else had this problem? I like the "idea" of an IDEA database plugin, but I have to say that I much prefer my free, java db tool...DBVisualizer. Very nice tool. See http://www.minq.se/products/dbvis/index.html

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