MyJSQLView Version 3.26 Released

The MyJSQLView project is pleased to provide the release of Version
3.26 to the public. The release is minor in nature with changes mainly
involving the modularization of core aspects of the architecture for
login and connection code. An addition was also made to the Preferences
Menu system for allowing the selection of the date format display.
In that regard the application will now perform searches with the
selected default date format. A number of other minor changes were
accomplished that should enhance the visual aspect of certain parts
of the application's interface.

With the release of v3.26 of the MyJSQLView application the group
would like to notify the PostgreSQL community of changes in that
organization's database and JDBC with version 9.0X that make prior
versions of MyJSQLView non-functional. Please update MyJSQLView to
v3.26 if you are using the latest release of PostgreSQL. A Report of
the problem has been given specifically to the JDBC forum and has
been addressed, but no new version of the JDBC has been issued as
of the date of this news release.

Users should also note that the changes in code for the login and
connection management with v3.26 make prior plugins to this incompatible.
A great deal of efforted was taken to try and make the initial plugin
architecture stable and fixed, but sometimes even carefully conceived
thought processes are lay to waste. With that note we have updated
the tutorials at the Website to facilitate plugin development.


Dana M. Proctor
MyJSQLView Project Manager

MyJSQLView provides an easy to use Java based user interface
frontend for viewing, adding, editing, or deleting entries in
several open source databases including PostgreSQL. A query frame
allows the building of complex SELECT SQL statements. The
application allows easy sorting, searching, and import/export
of table data.

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  • Danap at Mar 24, 2011 at 4:04 pm
    Sorry folks, project location link.

    Dana M. Proctor
    MyJSQLView Project Manager

    http://dandymadeproductions.com/projects/MyJSQLView/
    MyJSQLView Version 3.26 Released

    The MyJSQLView project is pleased to provide the release of Version
    3.26 to the public. The release is minor in nature with changes mainly
    involving the modularization of core aspects of the architecture for
    login and connection code. An addition was also made to the Preferences
    Menu system for allowing the selection of the date format display.
    In that regard the application will now perform searches with the
    selected default date format. A number of other minor changes were
    accomplished that should enhance the visual aspect of certain parts
    of the application's interface.

    With the release of v3.26 of the MyJSQLView application the group
    would like to notify the PostgreSQL community of changes in that
    organization's database and JDBC with version 9.0X that make prior
    versions of MyJSQLView non-functional. Please update MyJSQLView to
    v3.26 if you are using the latest release of PostgreSQL. A Report of
    the problem has been given specifically to the JDBC forum and has
    been addressed, but no new version of the JDBC has been issued as
    of the date of this news release.

    Users should also note that the changes in code for the login and
    connection management with v3.26 make prior plugins to this incompatible.
    A great deal of efforted was taken to try and make the initial plugin
    architecture stable and fixed, but sometimes even carefully conceived
    thought processes are lay to waste. With that note we have updated
    the tutorials at the Website to facilitate plugin development.


    Dana M. Proctor
    MyJSQLView Project Manager

    MyJSQLView provides an easy to use Java based user interface
    frontend for viewing, adding, editing, or deleting entries in
    several open source databases including PostgreSQL. A query frame
    allows the building of complex SELECT SQL statements. The
    application allows easy sorting, searching, and import/export
    of table data.
  • Dmp at Mar 24, 2011 at 4:20 pm
    Sorry folks, project location link.

    Dana M. Proctor
    MyJSQLView Project Manager

    http://dandymadeproductions.com/projects/MyJSQLView/
    MyJSQLView Version 3.26 Released

    The MyJSQLView project is pleased to provide the release of Version
    3.26 to the public. The release is minor in nature with changes mainly
    involving the modularization of core aspects of the architecture for
    login and connection code. An addition was also made to the Preferences
    Menu system for allowing the selection of the date format display.
    In that regard the application will now perform searches with the
    selected default date format. A number of other minor changes were
    accomplished that should enhance the visual aspect of certain parts
    of the application's interface.

    With the release of v3.26 of the MyJSQLView application the group
    would like to notify the PostgreSQL community of changes in that
    organization's database and JDBC with version 9.0X that make prior
    versions of MyJSQLView non-functional. Please update MyJSQLView to
    v3.26 if you are using the latest release of PostgreSQL. A Report of
    the problem has been given specifically to the JDBC forum and has
    been addressed, but no new version of the JDBC has been issued as
    of the date of this news release.

    Users should also note that the changes in code for the login and
    connection management with v3.26 make prior plugins to this incompatible.
    A great deal of efforted was taken to try and make the initial plugin
    architecture stable and fixed, but sometimes even carefully conceived
    thought processes are lay to waste. With that note we have updated
    the tutorials at the Website to facilitate plugin development.


    Dana M. Proctor
    MyJSQLView Project Manager

    MyJSQLView provides an easy to use Java based user interface
    frontend for viewing, adding, editing, or deleting entries in
    several open source databases including PostgreSQL. A query frame
    allows the building of complex SELECT SQL statements. The
    application allows easy sorting, searching, and import/export
    of table data.

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