Release Notes: This version contains some minor improvements including much better CLOB\BLOB Handling in Table and in Viewer. A problem where the record dialog couldn't be opened was fixed. The "SELECT first 1000 rows" menu entry now executes the query immediately.
Release Notes: For the namespaces list, no access to the "%SYS" namespace is required. The source code in Class Browser shows the same code as in Studio. The Global Browser visualizes different node types with icons. The new Record dialog is available, and shows columns in rows. Each grid in Caché Monitor can open this Record dialog via context menu. In the table viewer, the new storage tab lists the storage information about a table, like global name and global size. All workspace settings are saved on exit and reloaded on startup, so Caché Monitor remembers the window position and state (docked\undocked).
Release Notes: This version supports Java 8. To improve performance\minimize user waiting, prefetching of meta data is implemented. The Tables\Views are grouped by schema, and empty schema will not be displayed by default. CodeCompletion works now on all schema by default. The Source-, Class-, and GlobalViewer show the item count on registertitle and in a tree.
Release Notes: This release opens the current class in Caché Studio, adds some code completion improvements to show more Caché keywords in completion and coloring, adds some code completion display additional information for keywords and functions, and makes icons visualize the completion type (e.g., Table, Column, Schema, Index, etc.). The Type column shows the primary key, datatype, and nullable property. Optimizer hints are listed with additional information Disconnecting a server no longer closes all subpanels. License management has improved.
Release Notes: A new Bulk Export Dialog allows the user to save the current and load the previous selections of Tables. The server version number can now be viewed in the Server Navigator tree, toggled via the Menu "Show version". A new context popup menu in the tables entry allows fast data access via generated SQL: "SELECT first 1000 rows".
Release Notes: Some improvements and bugfixes for database diagrams. ENH, Database Diagrams: more key constraints are determined and visualized in diagrams; exported keys are marked with a special icon. ENH, Table Browser: lists imported\exported keys in a new tab called "References".
Release Notes: 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. The database diagram is stored in the associated database for easy access for all users. A new polished Interface design. For a clear and consistent user interface design, many icons are changed and checked for a consistency use. The Table-Navigator allows you to open as many tables as you like at the same time.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem with Caché 2014.1 Server where selecting a process and viewing the variable details caused a java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Integer cannot be cast to java.lang.String. Navigation between Processlist and Lock Viewer was fixed. In Global Browser, nodes to read can be limited by setting a max nodes value.
Release Notes: The improved global browser simplifies the navigation through nodes. With this release, the first step of a comfortable global browser is done. Just select a global and navigate through the global nodes. Support for Caché 2014.1. The routine browser helps you explore and view the database routines.
Release Notes: This release can copy classes between servers with a few clicks. To copy a class from one namespace to another on the same server or on a another server, just select the class and choose Copy via the context menu. The new Log File Manager provides details about the remote log files (alertslog, cconsole.log, etc.). All has been tested with Java Runtime 1.7.0_45 Caché Monitor downloads which required the InterSystems Caché database driver automatically from the Web. No manual intervention is required. This process is cancelable via the progress dialog