New in version 2.53
January 23rd, 2014
- ENH : New Bulk Export Dialog allows to save current- and load previos selections of Tables
- ENH : Install license process improved; license is also now visible in about dialog
- ENH : Server Navigator: The server version number can be viewed in Server Navigator tree. This is toggled via Menu “Show version”.
- ENH : TableViewer: New context popup menu entry: “SELECT first 1000 rows”
- ENH : TableViewer: New context popup menu entries: “Script Table as “SELECT”, “INSERT”, “CREATE”
- FIXED: “Sources” node works with Caché databases prior version 2013
New in version 2.51 (January 14th, 2014)
- ENH : Database Diagrams: More key constraints are be determined and visualized in diagram
- ENH : Database Diagrams: Exported keys are marked with special icon
- ENH : Table Browser – List imported\exported keys on new tab called “References”
New in version 2.50 (January 6th, 2014)
- ENH : New polished Interface design. For a clear and consistence user interface design many icons are changed and checked for a consistency use.
- Some menus renamed so e.g. the “New Query Analyzer” menu is renamed to “New Query” also with a new icon for this action.
- Also the application icon is changed from a server magnifying glass with to a blue cube.- ENH : New! Database Diagrams
- Database diagrams graphically show the structure of the database. To visualize a database, you can create one or more diagrams illustrating some or all of the tables, columns, keys, and relationships in it.
- For any database, you can create as many database diagrams as you like; each database table can appear on any number of diagrams.
- Each database diagram you create is stored in the associated database.
- The first time you click on the Database Diagrams folder of a database, you ask to “Create required objects to manage diagrams in this namespace?”.
- It is not an error, but just a permission seeking dialog to create a database table that is necessary to work with database diagrams.
- If you choose No then no table will be created and you will not be able to work with database diagrams.
- If you choose Yes then a table would be created in your database and you will be able to work with database diagrams.
- If you modify any table outside the diagram editor, the changes will automatically be updated in any saved diagrams.
- You can open database diagrams to view or edit the diagram’s structure. To open a database diagram in Server Navigator, expand the Database Diagrams folder.
- Click the name of the database diagram you want to open.
- You can create an image of a Database Diagram and copy it to another application. To copy a diagram image to the Clipboard open a Database Diagram.
- Right-click a blank area and choose Copy Diagram to Clipboard.
- ENH : Query Analyzer : CTRL+ENTER for execute query in
- FIXED: Optimized table column width for data
- ENH : Class Navigator : Classes source code is now in xml
- ENH : Table Navigator : double click on a table in tree opens a new Table Editor for the selected table
- ENH : The “Routines” node is renamed to “Sources” because in the future all sourcecode with hin cache will be available from here.
- ENH : Faster scrolling in tables
New in version 2.0.7 (October 19th, 2013)
- ENH : Server Navigator: Driver download is cancelable via progress dialog
- ENH : Class Navigator : Selection of target folder for classes export is available
- ENH : Class Navigator : Class delete need to be confirmed by user
- ENH : Class Navigator : New function: Import classes (incl. auto compile)
- ENH : Class Navigator : New function: Copy classes (incl. auto compile) between server \ namespaces
- ENH : Class Navigator : New function: Compile class
- ENH : Table Navigator : Export Table works now also on a selected table node within Server Navigator. Before this the user have to select a export table on the detail panel.
- ENH : Tested with Java 1.7.0_45
- ENH : License Evaluation\Activation: Proxy Server can be configured
- ENH : New Feature: Log File Manager
- ENH : Script Navigator : Threading issue while file preview fixed
New in version 2.0.6 (October 9th, 2013)
- ENH : Drag&Drop for Server and Server-Groups moving within the server navigator
- ENH : Server Navigator with a toolbar to shows important actions
- ENH : A trial license for evaluation of Caché Monitor Professinal can now requested online via Manage-License Dialog.
- ENH : New Script Navigator for easy working and navigation with many (sql)scripts.
- ENH : Query Analyzer – shows file path from current file in status bar
New in version 2.0.4 (September 4th, 2013)
- The cache.cpf file can now be shown from a selected Caché Server.
- An Open File dialog with preview feature was added.
- The Query Analyzer and Table Browser now save and restore splitter position.
- In Query Analyzer, search/replace and goto line functions were added.
- CTRL-F, CTRL+H, and CTRL+L now open the expected dialogs.
- Caché Monitor now checks for available updates on start-up.
New in version 2.0.3 (August 20th, 2013)
- Caché Monitor now downloads the required InterSystems Caché database driver automatically from the Web if required at first run.
- No manual intervention is required. The password from a registered Server is now automatically encrypted.
- Code folding was added in the SQL editor.
New in version 2.0.2 (July 26th, 2013)
- You can now write SQL queries across namespaces.
- This release added "mapped tables" and "federated namespace", an "Auto register Caché Server" function that makes it straightforward to create a Server registration from local Caché installations, improvedhex view, a "Navigate to last selected object" feature, the ability to rename server groups, a way to change the table name for the "Copy table".
- The Class Browser no longer shows system classes.
New in version 2.00 (July 3rd, 2013)
- This version includes drivers for Caché 2012.2, 2011.2, 2010.1, 2009.1, 2008.2, and 5.2.
- Grid results formatting is now based on the decimal digits definition from each database column.
- All results (ResultSets) from a StoredProcedure are now listed, e.g. calling Sample.PersonSets('A','NY') in SAMPLE Namespace now shows both ResultSets.