Jiří Činčura wrote on Firebird-devel : There’s something I’ve been working on for a few evenings and weekends.
As you might know, from Firebird 3 there’s and interface to write a
plugin that allows to execute any code as stored procedure, function or
trigger.

So why not to have these in .NET, right? I have a working plugin right
now. Currently only stored procedures are supported. No blobs at the
moment as well

Firebird 3.0 Package is uploaded into Firebird 3.0 ppa.

There are packages for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty) and Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial).

A new version is available. The development proceeds.

Buy it now a license with 50% discount. Only this month left

http://www.gksoft.ch/fbmonitor

UIB For Firebird 3.0 is out

https://github.com/hgourvest/uib

I’m pleased to release first test version of FB/Java, compatible with Firebird 3.0.0.

https://github.com/FirebirdSQL/fbjava/releases

FB/Java is an External Engine plugin for Firebird that makes Firebird capable of run functions, procedures and triggers made in the Java platform.

It complements Jaybird making it interface with Firebird engine and handling the infrastructure necessary to support user routines.

It also has a client utility with functions to install and uninstall the plugin in a database and that users may use to deploy and undeploy Java classes and resources stored in JAR files to a database.

Bugs should be filed in the github project.

This test version uses a modified snapshot of Jaybird 3.0.
Adriano

4.1.2016.52 Release on 28 May 2016

  1. Support Firebird 3.0.0-32483
  2. Migrate code base to RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin
  3. Revert commit 320c3ccc70368082b29dc48ab2851a0b2989c3af that may cause access violation
  4. Add Boolean field support available in Firebird 3.0.0

Download here.

GitHub: https://github.com/ccy/dbx4fb

Conference to be held at the Barcelo Praha Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic, on the 7th and 8th of October 2016.

The Firebird Foundation is seeking submissions from Firebird users and developers on the theme of “Firebird in the Enterprise”. A session submission should have a title and at least 200 words outlining the main points of your talk.

A session will last for 50 minutes plus 10 minutes for turnaround and questions. If your talk takes more than a single session, then it should span multiple sessions. If your session is especially popular you may be asked to repeat it.

You can submit a session draft directly to conf@firebirdsql.org
If you have any questions also please contact conf@firebirdsql.org

Submissions must be made by the deadline of Midnight July 1st, 2016. Once received there will be a review of the submitted papers and authors will then be informed which papers have been accepted or rejected.

Read more.

Today is the last day to register for the 13th Firebird Developers Day, to be held in Brazil, 9-July.

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing this week of Aage Johansen, in Oslo, Norway. A Firebird stalwart since its very first days in 1999, Aage was a founding member of the Firebird Foundation and has constantly maintained his membership and his faith in what the Firebird team could achieve.
Over the years he has contributed generously, but quietly, to the Foundation, to the support lists, to reviews of documentation and to testing international character set issues. Aage’s colleague at his workplace, Kreftregisteret Norway, Svein Erling Tysvaer, commented, “He will be greatly missed, both as a friend and as an employee – he was the only one with the combination of medical, programming and historical skills, and some of the work he’s done, no-one else can do.”
Those of us in the Firebird Project who have been privileged to work with Aage feel the same.
Aage’s funeral service will take place next Tuesday, 31 May, at Manglerud Kirche, Oslo, at 11 a.m. Rest in peace, Aage Johansen.

New article from IBSurgeon: All Firebird and InterBase On-Disk-Structure (ODS) versions
It contains the list of ODS versions of all Firebird and InterBase releases, and describes their compatibility.

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