Release Notes: This release provides two additional features for the application with regard to table state history and a query bucket. The table state history provides a standard mechanism just like a Web browser where sort/searches for table data are accessible for previous/next states relative to a queue position. The query bucket allows table states to be saved into a handy frame that can be used in a drag and drop method to set SQL statements into alternate receptive applications and MyJSQLView's own plugins.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Apache Derby database, changes to the Query Frame UI, and enhancements to the HeatMapper plugin.
Release Notes: This release includes the graphical SQL query builder (QueryBuilder) plugin as a default in the tool.
Release Notes: This release marks a major reorganizational effort regarding the source code and plugin management. Though the public will notice little with regard to source subpackaging, the plugin management changes bring the ability to load plugins from remote locations. Plugin repositories can now be created by individuals or organizations which wish to provide custom plugins on the basis of a realtime network loading capability. In that regard, the MyJSQLView project has added to its own public repository a free Open Source SQL query builder plugin.
Release Notes: This maintenance update addresses several issues which manifested themselves when using the SQL Query Bucket and Query Frame. Drops to the Query Bucket from the main summary table failed to properly create the syntax as derived from the search and sort parameters in the Summary Table. Fixes to the Query Frame now allow the use of aliases. The application has also been updated to remove legacy data structures which decreased the efficiency of the application.
Release Notes: The maintenance update addresses issues with data importation and exportation associated with database tables with 100k+ rows. Modifications have been made to allow the control of table reads and writes by way of General Options Preferences. This release, like the prior one, improves the HeatMapper plugin. The TableFieldProfiler plugin has been expanded to include a cluster analysis tool.