Hi everyone!

We wrote the new small guide “Using «LCPI ADO.NET Data Provider for OLE DB» with Firebird SQL Server” and offer you acquainted with technological capabilities of our .NET provider.

From this article you can learn, for example:

  • How to create multiple transactions within one connection
  • How to work with parameters in queries
  • How to execute SQL script

Your comments and suggestions are welcome!

FDB Python driver for Firebird v1.4.5 is available for download. This is
pure bugfix release. Solves problems with memory and db resource leaks
caused by Python GC due to circular references.

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/fdb

Warning : there are some issues with django in this release (reported by Maximiliano Robaina)

Firebird 2.5.4 is currently the latest stable release. Detailed information about new features and improvements can be found in the release notes.

If you have Firebird related open source project please migrate to github.

Database .NET is an innovative, powerful and intuitive multiple database management tool, With it you can Browse objects, Design tables, Edit rows, Export data and Run queries with a consistent interface. (Full support for Firebird 1.5~3.0)

You’re welcome to download it from http://fishcodelib.com/Database.htm
Free, All-In-One, Portable, Single executable file and Multi-language.

Linear regression functions added in Firebird 3.0 :

REGR_AVGX(Y, X) = SUM(X) / N
REGR_AVGY(Y, X) = SUM(Y) / N
REGR_COUNT(Y, X) = N
REGR_INTERCEPT(Y, X) = REGR_AVGY(Y, X) – REGR_SLOPE(Y, X) * REGR_AVG_X(Y, X)
REGR_R2(Y, X) = POWER(CORR(Y, X),2)
REGR_SLOPE(Y, X) = COVAR_POP(Y, X)
REGR_SXX(Y, X) = N * VAR_POP(X)
REGR_SXY(Y, X) = N * COVAR_POP(Y, X)
REGR_SYY(Y, X) = N * VAR_POP(Y)

Contributed by Hajime Nakagami.

Github pull request: https://github.com/FirebirdSQL/core/pull/4

Here is the list of changes : What’s new in Firebird 2.5.4

Vlad Khorsun contributed New feature CORE-4707 in firebird 2.5.4:
Ability to validate tables and indices online
See also:
/doc/README.online_validation
/doc/README.services_extension

Roadmap for a distributed Firebird? was posted on firebird-devel list By Jim Starkey.

Goal: Morph Firebird into a high performance, distributed, fully redundant database.

Revision history for Perl extension DBD::Firebird for 1.19:

  • Fix $VERSION in Firebird.pm [mapopa]
  • Fix typo in ISC_PASSWORD spelling [stefbv70]
  • Positive logic and early return [Tux]
  • Allow re-executing/fetch on prepared sth [RT#92810, Tux]
  • Add rests for $dbh->{Name} and others [mjp]
  • Implement $dbh->{Name} [mjp]
  • Fix attributions to Mike Pomraning [mjp]
  • use strict and warnings in all modules [dmn]
  • add a test for inserting/fetching float and double numbers as an attempt to reproduce RT#101650 [dmn]
  • fix File::Which configure prerequisite declaration [RT#101672, dmn]
  • 03-dbh-attr.t: plan tests after creating the TestFirebird object [dmn]
  • Buffer Overflow in dbdimp.c [Debian #780925, stefan.roas]
  • use snprintf instead of sprintf everywhere [dmn]

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