Release Notes: Some fixes in SubTotal code make it even mor usable. A bug that prevented to empty some fields has also been fixed.
Release Notes: Queries and support for MySQL databases have been added in this release along with some basic tools to create tables.
Release Notes: Support for MySQL was added along with basic tools for creating tables. The installation under Windows now adds a group to the Start Menu. Nick names for connections were added to improve usability.
Release Notes: It is now possible to obtain a descending sort with a single click. A minor problem with sorting in general has also been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix was made to allow one to use tksql with older version of Tcl (8.0). Another fix has been made so that you can once again use "now", "today", and "yesterday" in date filtering.
Release Notes: There are minor cosmetic improvements. A minor bug has been fixed. Parsing error messages has been added to better deal with some cases. The site has been rebuilt to be easier to navigate.
Release Notes: In this release, shortcuts for dates in filter and queries have been added, so that a query can now store information like @m that will be expanded to date >= '1/10/02' and date <= '31/10/02'. Many more symbols are available, and minor bugs have been corrected.
Release Notes: This is mainly a fix of minor bugs in the query module.
Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed in the code that adds queries. Now it is also backportable to Tcl 8.0 and PostgreSQL 7.0. Forms work better when representing a join of more table. The look has been enhanced so that should be easier to customize or understand possible actions for the end user. The mask layout is now easier to setup due to drag&drop facility.
Release Notes: This release adds query management in a way that is both very easy to use and very powerful. Storing a query is no more than "saving" a situation w/ lots of defaults automatically added. Creating a layout for a mask is as easy as naming all the fields in it. A query can be registered as 'default' so that all access to a table will default to that query unless forced differently.