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README for SQLEdit for OPENSTEP ------------------------------- Welcome to ICOS's latest version of SQLEdit - and now, it runs on WINDOWS NT and 95 with OPENSTEP from Apple (www.apple.com). SQLEdit is a useful small application to support EOF developer. The background to write such an app was the necessity to handle/modify the database contents via DML (data manipulation language) statements that knowns the model identifiers and hide the sometimes cryptical database object names. FEATURES -------- - within this app you can use model identifier for DML statements or database object names in either DML or DDL statements - any statements that the database knows about are allowed (dependent on the adaptor of the loaded model) - private command: 'describe <objectname>;' to get deep informations about model or entities - can execute a stament list loaded from file (batch manipulations) or single statement - print result sets to non postscript printers via GhostScript (ftp.cs.wisc.edu) (tested with GS version 5.01, you need GSView too) - don't need to type in any statement twice: go (by mouse/cursor) to the end of that statement (it is behind the semicolon) and press <return> again - and much more ... TO DO ----- - user defined transactions (at the point every command is a transaction that was commited if it was successful or rolled back if it was not) - save typed sql statements to file - sorting of columns in addition of '... order by ...' clauses - connect to a database without a given model - any what you really need! CONTACT INFO: ------------- EMAIL: email@example.com TELE: +41 75 23766-17 FAX: +41 75 23766-34 SNAIL: ICOS AG Fuerst-Franz-Joseph-Str. 73 FL-9490 Vaduz PRICING: -------- Free. Be sure you downloaded the correct version for your hardware and operating system: Operating System CPU architecture Download: ---------------- ----------------- ---------- Windows NT or Intel SQLEdit_1.05_WIN.tar.gz Windows 95 NOTE:you must be running OPENSTEP 4.2 for Windows - 1-800-try-next): Others will follow up if needed ... ;-)) INSTALLATION: ============ Windows NT or 95: ================ 1. Unpack the software distribution a. open a "Bourne Shell" window from OPENSTEP Enterprises folder b. change directory to location of distribution, for example, C:\temp cd C:\temp c. gunzip the distribution: gunzip SQLEdit_1.05_WIN.tar.gz d. untar the resulting uncompressed file: tar xf SQLEdit_1.05_WIN.tar 2. Inside the newly created SQLEdit_1.05_WIN directory will be SQLEdit.app a. move SQLEdit.app using File Manager to where you keep your apps b. Drag the icon of SQLEdit.exe to a Program Manager folder for easy launch c. Notify your system of the SQLEdit File types (only if you want to open '.eomodel', '.eomodeld' and '.sql' bundles/files by double clicking with "SQLEdit.app"!): 1. change directory to where SQLEdit.app resides, in this example, we'll say that SQLEdit.app is in C:\LocalApps cd C:\LocalApps 2. Run the registerBundle program by typing: registerBundle SQLEdit.app 3. Launch SQLEdit a. Double-click SQLEdit.exe in File Manager 4. Play with SQLEdit: a. type in any sql statement ended up with a semicolon sign (';') and press <return> b. type in 'describe YourModelName;' or 'describe YourEntityName;' to see what happens Any suggestions and comments are welcome! Please use e-mail to report bugs and to croon songs of praise ... Torsten Rendelmann
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