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"SQL Results" Tab [message #30517] Sat, 05 May 2007 09:21 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: san.ixdb.de

Hi!

I am exploring the DTP and it looks very well. Thanks to all they are
working on.
I've written a little sql tool (www.cachemonitor.de), but the DTP looks
so good and interessting i think i will port my application on this
framework.But this will take a while, i have to learn a lot about
ecplise and the DTP.

After playing for a while with the DTP i have some questions and
suggestions ;-)

- Where is the SQL Scrapbook?

- Is it possible to hide the SQL History table? It is a very nice
feature to switch between old results but most of the time i want to see
just my last result.

- Where can i find the SQL Formatter? I've read that the improve is
planned for M7. I used RC0, is RC0 a version after M7?

- I think it needs to long after starting the application and executing
the first sql statement. I suggest a context entry at the "Data Source
Explorer" to open a SQL Editor.

- How can i configure (or download :) a DTP/eclipse configuration just
for using the dtp (without the whole java stuff)?

The last question (today ;)
- [Data Source Explorer] It would assist greatly to see a list of
databases from the db server. Is it possible to doing that if i
implementing a connection profile for a specific database vendor?


I use this version: dtp-sdk_1.5RC0_N042307.zip with a "SQL Model JDBC
Connection"

Thank you for time!
Andreas
Re: "SQL Results" Tab [message #33566 is a reply to message #30517] Fri, 27 July 2007 04:57 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: hui.cao.sybase.ocm

Hi Andreas,
I know it has been a long time since you post these questions. But I
still hope the inline comments may help.

Best Regards!

Max (Hui) Cao
Sybase Shanghai RD

"Andreas Schneider" <san@ixdb.de> wrote in message
news:f1hia5$io3$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi!
>
> I am exploring the DTP and it looks very well. Thanks to all they are
> working on.
> I've written a little sql tool (www.cachemonitor.de), but the DTP looks so
> good and interessting i think i will port my application on this
> framework.But this will take a while, i have to learn a lot about ecplise
> and the DTP.
>
> After playing for a while with the DTP i have some questions and
> suggestions ;-)
>
> - Where is the SQL Scrapbook?
In Database Development perspective, there's a "SQL Scrapbook" workbench
toolbar button.

>
> - Is it possible to hide the SQL History table? It is a very nice feature
> to switch between old results but most of the time i want to see just my
> last result.
Currently there's no way to hide the History table.

>
> - Where can i find the SQL Formatter? I've read that the improve is
> planned for M7. I used RC0, is RC0 a version after M7?
SQL Formatter can only be accommodated post DTP 1.5

>
> - I think it needs to long after starting the application and executing
> the first sql statement. I suggest a context entry at the "Data Source
> Explorer" to open a SQL Editor.
I think the "auto-connect" feature of a connection profile and the SQL
scrapbook can make it easy to quickly execute sql statements.

>
> - How can i configure (or download :) a DTP/eclipse configuration just for
> using the dtp (without the whole java stuff)?
There's no all-in-one package download for DTP. You'll have to remove the
jdt/pde plugins manually.

>
> The last question (today ;)
> - [Data Source Explorer] It would assist greatly to see a list of
> databases from the db server. Is it possible to doing that if i
> implementing a connection profile for a specific database vendor?
Of course. In DTP, the databases from the same server are modeled as
"Catalog" objects.
Sybase ASE is a db server that supports multiple catalogs and you can get
the ASE enablement code from DTP CVS repository.

>
>
> I use this version: dtp-sdk_1.5RC0_N042307.zip with a "SQL Model JDBC
> Connection"
>
> Thank you for time!
> Andreas
Re: "SQL Results" Tab [message #586868 is a reply to message #30517] Fri, 27 July 2007 04:57 Go to previous message
Hui Cao is currently offline Hui Cao
Messages: 29
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Andreas,
I know it has been a long time since you post these questions. But I
still hope the inline comments may help.

Best Regards!

Max (Hui) Cao
Sybase Shanghai RD

"Andreas Schneider" <san@ixdb.de> wrote in message
news:f1hia5$io3$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi!
>
> I am exploring the DTP and it looks very well. Thanks to all they are
> working on.
> I've written a little sql tool (www.cachemonitor.de), but the DTP looks so
> good and interessting i think i will port my application on this
> framework.But this will take a while, i have to learn a lot about ecplise
> and the DTP.
>
> After playing for a while with the DTP i have some questions and
> suggestions ;-)
>
> - Where is the SQL Scrapbook?
In Database Development perspective, there's a "SQL Scrapbook" workbench
toolbar button.

>
> - Is it possible to hide the SQL History table? It is a very nice feature
> to switch between old results but most of the time i want to see just my
> last result.
Currently there's no way to hide the History table.

>
> - Where can i find the SQL Formatter? I've read that the improve is
> planned for M7. I used RC0, is RC0 a version after M7?
SQL Formatter can only be accommodated post DTP 1.5

>
> - I think it needs to long after starting the application and executing
> the first sql statement. I suggest a context entry at the "Data Source
> Explorer" to open a SQL Editor.
I think the "auto-connect" feature of a connection profile and the SQL
scrapbook can make it easy to quickly execute sql statements.

>
> - How can i configure (or download :) a DTP/eclipse configuration just for
> using the dtp (without the whole java stuff)?
There's no all-in-one package download for DTP. You'll have to remove the
jdt/pde plugins manually.

>
> The last question (today ;)
> - [Data Source Explorer] It would assist greatly to see a list of
> databases from the db server. Is it possible to doing that if i
> implementing a connection profile for a specific database vendor?
Of course. In DTP, the databases from the same server are modeled as
"Catalog" objects.
Sybase ASE is a db server that supports multiple catalogs and you can get
the ASE enablement code from DTP CVS repository.

>
>
> I use this version: dtp-sdk_1.5RC0_N042307.zip with a "SQL Model JDBC
> Connection"
>
> Thank you for time!
> Andreas
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