Currently I'm finishing up the support for HSQLDB2 in MyJSQLView. One of the last
things on the list is the Query Frame functionality. I placed a help support topic
with this regard with the temporary tables it uses. For some time I have serious
considering dropping this feature in MyJSQLView or changing it to a more generic
SQL statement type of console like DatabaseManager.
I have used the DatabaseManager quite allot over the years because of its ability
to connect to other databases, but it lacks some general things like cut, copy,
and paste that make it a little clunky. What is the general status of the Database
Manager within the project?
MyJSQLView Project Manager
In the query pane of DatabaseManager and DatabaseManagerSwing you can use Ctrl Z, Ctrl C, Ctrl V Ctrl X
In DatabaseManager, you can also use Shift Insert, etc
We maintain both of these product to work with the latest versions of HSQLDB and ocassionally add enhancements that apply to use with other database engines. We don't try to add a lot of new features, as there are third party compatible database managers.
Yesterday I generally isolated the code for the DatabaseManager and reviewed. I have not looked
closely at the BSD License, but generally the inclusion of the code's Copyright information would
be correct for modified versions of the code to be included with the MyJSQLView project? Would the
HSQLDB project have any interest in that possible derived work?
You can join the project and add enhancements to the database managers. The license is BSD and you can use parts of the code in your software so long as you keep the copyright information.
Thinking about it now I'm not sure the "enhancements" that I may make to the DatabaseManager
would possibly be accepted by the project. I would envision it getting hacked up pretty good.
Login & connection manager replacement. Update to Java 5.0 or 6.0, and removal of the tree
view and possibly some other features. "Enhancements" may not be the correct term of the
derived work, but rather modified adaptation to MyJSQLView's architecture.
Well, as I said, you can use the DatabaseManager code in your project so long as the licenses are kept. This is separate from adding enhancements to DatabaseManager as we publish it.
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