SQLGrinder 2 Release Notes

This blog documents the changes made in each version of SQLGrinder.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Version 2.0.0 Beta 2

SQLGrinder 2 Beta 2 includes the following changes:

  • [ADDED] "New Editor Using Current" and "New Browser Using Current" menu items added to File > New menu

  • [ADDED] Tab will now accept completion window selection, in addition to enter

  • [ADDED] Login sheet fields now filled in as much as possible when JDBC URL check box is unchecked

  • [FIXED] Login sheet fields no longer cleared when JDBC URL check box is unchecked

  • [FIXED] Search fields now all do a case-insensitive search

  • [FIXED] Rows dragged from browser table no longer have repeated last row

  • [FIXED] Groups can now be created in library

  • [FIXED] Removed "New Login" button from login sheet -- deemed too confusing

  • [FIXED] Color and font changes should now be applied to all open windows

  • [FIXED] Better default syntax coloring font colors are now used

  • [FIXED] Can now correctly change the database name in the login sheet

  • [FIXED] Beta display warning now only displayed the first time a new version is run

  • [FIXED] Pressing "Check Now" in software update will now display result and update last check date

  • [FIXED] Old login preferences no longer cause problem with size of new preferences window

  • [FIXED] Reimplemented data structure used in browser to be faster. Large schemas should now load

  • [FIXED] Old logins no longer causing a blank login panel in preferences

Some outstanding known issues:

  • There are still issues with Oracle. Testing and fixes are planned for the next version

  • Known issue using the jTDS with SQL Server

  • Data table editing problems

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Version 2.0.0 Beta 1

This is the first public beta release.

Current open issues:
  • 0000270: SQL Statement Library - Can't edit SQL statements

  • 0000269: SQL Statement Library - Can't create new group in library

  • 0000268: Editor- Keyword completion doesn't work when using 'dot notation' for table name substitutions

For help or comments: sqlgrinder [at] advenio.com.