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JetSQLConsole 1.0.0 released

Version 1.0.0 is the first stable public release of JetSQLConsole, a command line/console interface for Microsoft Access databases.

This version introduces more sophisticated options for the use of command line parameters, capabilities for exporting query results to text files, and many other minor enhancements.

A setup package and a source code for this release may be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=163240. ... read more

Posted by Aaron Reeves 2007-06-25

JetSQLConsole user's guide is now available.

The first draft of the JetSQLConsole user's guide, _A Beginner's Guide to SQL and JetSQLConsole_, is now available. A PDF version and a ZIP archive containing the original source files are available for download. Source files may also be accessed via the JetSQLConsole CVS server.

Posted by Aaron Reeves 2006-04-20

JetSQLConsole 0.7 released

JetSQLConsole is a command line/console interface for Microsoft Access databases.

Version 0.7 is the first public release for the JetSQLConsole project. While this version should be considered beta software, it has been in almost daily use for several weeks and seems quite stable.

A setup package and a source code for this release may be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=163240.... read more

Posted by Aaron Reeves 2006-03-27

First CVS commits

The first several commits have been made to the JetSQLConsole CVS. For reasons I don't understand, they don't yet show up on the summary page (it's been about 24 hours), but source code is accessible directly through the SourceForge CVS (http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=163240) and now appears in ViewCVS (http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/jetsqlconsole/).

Posted by Aaron Reeves 2006-03-23

The JetSQLConsole project is off the ground

The folks at SourceForge are nothing if not efficient: my expected 2 day wait for project approval turned out to be no more than a couple of hours. As this is my first involvement as a developer of a SourceForge project, I would ask you to please bear with me for a bit while I find my way around...

Posted by Aaron Reeves 2006-03-22