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Friday, April 13, 2007

Improve SQLGrinder Using Growl


Just a tip that can make SQLGrinder somewhat easier to use: because of SQLGrinder's Growl support, it will display messages both when a query succeeds and when it fails. I've got my Growl settings configured so that query/update result information (SQL Info Messages) are displayed using Smoke, with a default priority. I display error messages (SQL Error Messages) using the Bubbles display style, and a high priority. I've changed Bubbles so that high priority messages are displayed with a red background. This gives me some heads up info when my issued SQL statements both succeed and when they fail.

Check out Growl.

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