Datanamic Releases DeZign for Databases V4.0
We’re glad to announce the official release of DeZign for Databases V4. Version 4 is a significant upgrade to this powerful, easy-to-use database design and modeling product. Version 4 is available in 3 editions: Standard, Professional and Expert.
This new release offers data model to database synchronization, a utility to compare data models, integrated reverse engineering utilities with native database connections, enhanced diagramming tools (Hand tool, groupboxes) and configurable HTML, MS Word and PDF reports. Newly supported databases in this release include: Oracle 10g, NexusDB 2, MySQL 5, Firebird 2 and MS SQL Server 2005.
DeZign for Databases is a database modeling and design tool with an intuitive visual interface that allows you to accurately design, create and maintain your database. It provides full support for ER-modeling (Entity-Relationship) techniques and supports most popular SQL and desktop databases.
To learn more about DeZign for Databases V4, please visit:
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Hi fags, i took some time to make these 3 wonderfull things work together, but as i am a good guy, i ll save you the trouble and teach step by step how to make them work together, and i m not teaching how to install firebird, thats up to you!
[ED:article by Fabio Gomes]
A post on Devshed forums showed that the php manual did not have any detailed info about ibase_service_attach and some other Interbase/Firebird functions, of course the question has been answered in the forums and the user promised to add a note on the official docs, anyway here is a small example of use of that specific function:
What’s new in release 3.2b1?
This release fixes minor bugs and adds a number of features, most notably support for connection timeouts.
See the release announcement at http://kinterbasdb.sourceforge.net/#release_32b1 for documentation and download links.
Much had been said about the browser as a platform. It was an idea strongly promoted by, the now gone, Netscape at the start of the Web revolution, but we never got there. Did we? Yes, we did! We just did not notice it!
If you take your browsers to this chess game, you might start to understand what I mean.
[ED:via Mauricio Longo’s blog , now that is something useful :)]
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Original article is written in japanese but i used the google fish .
[ED: spotted the guide on this blog (with DBI/Perl and firebird related articles)]
New developer joined flamerobin team
Details are: Bart Bakker from Zaandam, Netherlands.
We have now an flamerobin newbie page
(with tasks for developers)
Milan wrote about it:
I created a wiki page for all those who wish to join the project. It lists few tasks that are easily solvable – so they can get familiar with the code.
[ED: maybe is time for an Firebird devel newbie page]
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Thanks to DBAL (Database Abstraction Layer) and ADOdb api typo3 can be installed and used with firebird :
This means, not every aspect has been thoroughly checked, but TYPO3 has been installed from scratch successfully, BE logins are possible, and basic websites can be created (template, pages, content elements)
Mauricio Longo wrote :
In recent months I’ve started working on a project with some people on the other side of the world. I do not mean this metaphorically. I am in Rio de Janeiro while these people are in Australia.
I am writing a book about the Morfik WebOS AppsBuilder and in doing so, frequently, I need to interact with people from Morfik Technology
Morfik uses Firebird 2.0.