DRoster Employee Scheduler uses Firebird

DRoster 2.2.1 provides businesses and organizations of all sizes and needs with the flexibility required to create unique schedules, rosters, and shifts. Driven by a rule-based engine, DRoster validates schedules and availability times instantly preventing costly and time-consuming clashes and errors in scheduling. It uses a standard Software industry database (Firebird) to enable integration of DRoster with other data sources and applications. More information here.

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There are bugs and BUGs

From Dmitry Yemanov:

Consider it a bughunting success story 🙂

Some time ago we’ve got a bugreport about bugcheck #205 (index bucket overfilled) appearing during the database restore on a v2.0 server. The database was big and it was hard for the customer to create a test case. Fortunately, a special build with improved tracking facilities helped and the bug has been found and fixed. So far so good.

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RC1 is out. What’s next?

From Dmitry Yemanov:

RC1 has just been released. There will definitely be RC2 as well, as we have to complete the documentation and solve some minor installation issues. Also, there were a few regressions fixed in the meantime.

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knoda 0.8.1-test3 released

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Knoda is a KDE database-frontend for DBase, Firebird, MSAccess, MySQL, Paradox, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and ODBC.Besides tables, views, and queries, it also handles forms

Release focus: Major feature enhancements

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Firebird 2.0 RC1 is out

The Firebird Project is pleased to announce the release of the first release candidate of Firebird 2.0, for final testing. Download kits are available for Windows and Linux, including x64 Linux. However, due to hardware failure on the Windows build system, there will be initial delays in accessing the Win32 kits. Patience please!

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IB LogManager – “Get in touch” flash movies

We’ve uploaded several “get in touch” flash movies for the IB LogManager product family.

If you have never heard about IB LogManager or if you are fearly new to our IB LogManager product line, then they might get you started more efficiently.

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20GB of video data available, with around 100 hours of firebird related presentations from Firebird Conference

There is currently about 20GB of video data available, with around 100 hours of firebird-related presentations from last two Firebird Conferences and other events.

Here is the list of available Films

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Data Application Block for Firebird SQL (The Code Project)

The Firebird SQL data application block is intended to speed up development, and it should be used in conjunction with data layer classes in much the same way as Microsoft’s data block. The sample included with this article uses the embedded Firebird SQL database (included in sample) to demonstrate the use of the application block without having to bother setting up a database.

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Ruby on Rails 1.1 is out

Ruby on Rails is out with a new release of its open source Web framework with a promise: making it even easier to develop AJAX (define)-based, Web 2.0 applications. RoR needs a database to run (either MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, or Firebird) and the Apache HTTP Web server. Read more.

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