Firebird 3.0.4 Crack With Keygen Free Download
Firebird 64-bit is a relational database offering many ANSI SQL standard features that runs on Linux, Windows, and a variety of Unix platforms. Firebird offers excellent concurrency, high performance, and powerful language support for stored procedures and triggers. It has been used in production systems, under a variety of names, since 1981.
The Firebird Project is a commercially independent project of C and C++ programmers, technical advisors and supporters developing and enhancing a multi-platform relational database management system based on the source code released by Inprise Corp (now known as Borland Software Corp) on 25 July 2000. Download Firebird Offline Installer Setup 64bit for Windows
Anyone can build a custom version of Firebird 64-bit, as long as the modifications are made available, under the same IDPL licensing, for others to use and build on. No fees for download, registration, licensing or deployment, even you distribute Firebird as part of your commercial software package.
FlameRobin 0.9.0 released
23.09.2008 – A new release is out. It brings new features like Firebird 2.1 support, tabbed browsing, etc. Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X binaries and source code package are available for download. Here are the details. For Ubuntu(Hardy and Intrepid) read this page, a package for Debian is included in unstable (Sid)
FlameRobin 0.8.6 released
18.03.2008 – A new release is out. This is mostly a bug-fix release, probably a first ‘stable’ 0.8 version without major bugs. Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X binaries and source code package are available for download. We recommend all Linux distribution packagers to upgrade (especially if you still use 0.8.3 or lower). Here are the details. For ubuntu read this page, in Debian is included in testing/unstable version
If you don’t want to build FlameRobin from the sources, but still want to run the bleeding edge version, you can fetch the latest binary snapshot builds from the download section. We create those whenever there is some important bugfix, some major change to the code or some new feature needs to be tested. These builds don’t have manual or changelog updated, but they are a nice preview of what will the next FlameRobin release look like.
Firebird Conference 2006
18.11.2006 – We have some pictures and fixed broken files with Milan’s papers about development with wxWidgets and IBPP and Managing Metadata Changes
27.03.2006 – FlameRobin whitepaper from the Firebird Conference 2005, read about the history and the basic ideas around the FlameRobin project.
Crack Sinatica Monitor for Firebird 2.0
Sinatica Monitor can help you increase your Firebird server`s performance. Sintica Monitor makes the job of identifying slow SQL statements easy. You just set the Slow Statements Alarm, and from then on Sinatica Monitor generates an Alarm Report for each incident. This report contains the complete SQL statement identification, along with statistics that will help you understand why it is slow. Using the Greatest I/O Consumers Chart, you watch in real-time who is consuming the largest amounts of resources from the disk subsystem – processes, users and clients.
This information allows you to focus on correcting the biggest consumers and obtaining more expressive performance results in less time. In addition, Sinatica Monitor also tracks every SQL statements` Table Scan Index. When some statement executes a Table Scan and consumes a lot of disks I/O, Sinatica Monitor generates a report that completely identifies the statement along with I/O statistics. Version 2.0 features redesigned History View; monitoring filters; export to Excel; interactive alarms; efficiency enhancements.
19 October 2012 – Flamerobin 0.9.3 revision 2246 binary snapshots for Windows
Snapshot is done with two changes
Enjoy, and please be sure to report any bugs, regressions or suggestions on a flamerobin-devel list.
Flamerobin is switched from SVN to Git
-Git repository is up and can be accessed as documented on Sourceforge git page Building guide from Git on Ubuntu/Debian is updated.
Flamerobin 0.9.3 revision 2243 binary snapshots for Windows Snapshot uses a thread to establish the database connection. That means that the progress dialog can be moved and cancelled, and the progress bar is updated in indeterminate mode. To see it in action it’s best to try to connect to a database on a server which is not available or which doesn’t exist, which so far blocks FlameRobin completely until the connection call times out
Enjoy, and please be sure to report any bugs, regressions or suggestions on flamerobin-devel list.
New FlameRobin 0.9.3.2216 builds for Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric) and Debian Sid
12 February 2012 – Flamerobin 0.9.3 revision 2216 binary snapshots for Debian Sid and Ubuntu Oneiric are ready to install and test. Enjoy, and please be sure to report any bugs, regressions or suggestions on a flamerobin-devel list.
25 January 2012 – Flamerobin 0.9.3 revision 2210 binary snapshots for Windows are available on SF.net. Feedback on field and text delimiter settings for save grid data as CSV file command would be especially welcome. Enjoy, and please be sure to report any bugs, regressions or suggestions on flamerobin-devel list.
What’s new in this version:
– Context variables WIRE_COMPRESSED and WIRE_ENCRYPTED were added to the SYSTEM namespace to report compression and encryption status, respectively, of the current connection. See Context Variables: v.3.0.4 for details.
– Enhanced reporting of errors when a dynamic library fails to load. For more information, see Better Reporting on Dynamic Library Loading Errors.
– When an external function (UDF) causes an error of the type “Arithmetic exception, numeric overflow, or string truncation”, the error message will now include the name of the function.
– The API now supports passing the DPB/SPB item _auth_plugin_list from an application to the client interface. More details.Two new context variables LOCALTIME and LOCALTIMESTAMP that are synonyms for respectively. They can be used in Firebird 3.0.4 and later, for forward-compatibility with Firebird 4. See Context Variables: v.3.0.4 for details.The read-only restriction for system tables was relaxed to permit CREATE, ALTER and DROP operations on their indexes.
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