QueryForm 1.2 Released

Version 1.2 of QueryForm has been released.

QueryForm is a robust Java application that provides a powerful GUI front end for relational databases. It creates forms on-the-fly through which you can query tables and browse the results with just a few keystrokes or mouse clicks. It also lets you insert, update and delete table rows without typing any SQL statements.

If you're a developer who writes database-centric software, QueryForm can save you the tedium of typing or pasting hundreds of SQL statements into an ISQL window each day to create test data or to verify that updates were peformed properly.

The latest release features a completely reworked user interface, which has been modified to make previously obscure or "hidden" features more obvious to the user. The new UI is also much more key-driven than the old one. Another new feature is the ability to "clone" an existing record (except for the primary key and other unique fields), which makes generating test data quick and easy.

Check it out at:

http://qform.sourceforge.net

Posted by Dave Glasser 2003-06-15

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