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JDatabase Wizard Version 1.3 Build 1468 release notes

Maintanance release, released on Arpil 21 2003

JDatabase Wizard Version 1.3 Build 1467 release notes

  • Table and View JDBC 1 & 2 classes: Advanced tab has a new combo to select the return type of update, insert and delete SQL methods:
    • void: as before, nothing is returned
    • int: the return value of the JDBC calls to PreparedStatement.executeUpdate() is returned in the generated methods. Some drivers return the number of records inserted/updated/deleted.

Released on January 5 2003. No bugs to fix.

JDatabase Wizard Version 1.3 Build 1466 release notes

  • New: Queries introduced. This feature allows SQL select statements (including joins) to be mapped to Java classes. This feature needs the JDBC driver to support PreparedStatement.getMetaData().
  • There is a glitch in the query tab display for JDK 1.4.0. Resizing the window overcomes this. JDK 1.3 and 1.4.1 work fine.

Released on October 25 2002, all bugs reported have been addressed.

JDatabase Wizard Version 1.2 Build 1462 release notes

Maintenance release

  • EJB generation problems fixed.
  • JDBC classes: After class creation, revisiting the class and the database object has new columns: the synchronization adds new properties with "No Access", previously new class properties were assigned the default access, usually "All (S,U,I)".

Released on August 18 2002, all bugs reported have been addressed.

JDatabase Wizard Version 1.2 Build 1461 release notes

  • UI enhancement release:
    • 5 most recently used project files are in the file menu for quick open.
    • JDBC1 & JDBC2 table and view class properties: improved use of panel space and default column access options.
    • JDBC1 & JDBC2 class method editors: methods can be copied, to reduce work when creating similar methods.
    • JDBC1 & JDBC2 class method parameter editors: when creating a parameter for a select/update/delete method, selecting a column to set the parameter type also uses the column name as a default parameter name. In most cases, this name is better than "Parameter1".

    Released on June 23 2002.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.2 Build 1459 release notes

  • Maintenance release.

Relased on May 21st 2002, all bugs reported have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.2 Build 1458 release notes

  • JDBC2 classes introduced: generates resuable PreparedStatement objects, and scrollable ResultSet objects.
  • Class migration option introduced: allows JDBC1 classes to be migrated to become JDBC2.
  • The user manual has been updated to describe JDBC2 classes & migration.
  • The documentation includes sample code for JDBC2 classes.
  • The getting started section has been updated for JDBC2 classes, and makes use of the sample code to illustrate the use of the Wizard's JDBC2 classes.

Released on 6th May 2002, all bugs reported have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1 Build 1448 release notes.

  • Some options previously on the JDBC classes tab have been moved to a new "Advanced Settings" tab. This is to make the user interface easier to understand and use.
  • The JDBC classes next() method can now return a Object, superclass, data class or subclass type. The subclass is a new option.

All bugs reported up to February 11 2002 have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1 Build 1447 release notes.

  • New option: JDBC table, View and Stored Procedure classes: the next() method can be made to return Object, the extended data class name or the data class name.

All bugs reported up to January 28 2002 have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1 Build 1446 release notes.

  • New option: allow blank schemas in generated SQL, this option is useful for MS SQL Server 6.5 and 7.0 users.
  • Database and data classes can extend another class.
  • Java styling of generated data class properties can be switched on or off.
  • Project files can be "compacted".
  • Various UI fixes have been made.

Released on January 13 2002


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1 Build 1445 release notes.

  • Code verification has been added. The wizard can check the database for any changes (new columns, deleted columns, ....) against the classes defined in the project file.
  • Database scanning can be switched on and off during the day to day use of the wizard. This is especially useful when dealing with large database scheme.

Released on November 16 2001


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1 Build 1444 release notes.

  • Maintenance release.

Released on November 7 2001


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1443 release notes.

  • Javadoc can be input for classes, fields and methods.
  • Changes in a database's columns are visible in the database tree with this icon
  • Dropped database columns have a new icon
  • BMP EJB generation is now released.
  • Stored procedure call method name is used in the generated class(es), previously the generated call method name was the class name, with the 1st character set to lower case.
  • Java source files can be generated to a relative or absolute file path.

Released on October 19 2001



JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1442 release notes.

  • Maintenance release.
Released on August 29 2001



JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1441 release notes.
  • Maintenance release.
All bugs reported up to July 11 2001 have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1440 release notes.
  • A beta release of bean managed persistence EJB source code generation is included.
  • The documentation has been updated to include all the new options in this release.
  • JDBC driver paths can now be set within the wizard.
  • The option to introspect a selection of Tables, Views, Stored Procedures, or System Tables, has been added. This speeds up the response of the wizard.
  • Small UI fixes have been introduced to allow the wizard to work with the JDK 1.4 beta.
This build was released on June 24, 2001.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1439 release notes.
  • A new checkbox has been added to the Class creation and maintenance tabs: Serializable. When checked, generated data classes implement java.io.Serializable, this allows RMI and EJB to pass database record data to clients or other servers.
This build was released on May 24, 2001.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1.1, Build 1438 release notes.
  • Object names are no longer limited to 50 characters. A class, package, database table... Can all have a name of any length
  • Forward compatibility with older versions. The Wizard version is now 1.1, the repository (project file) version is now 2.0. Any file created or opened with this release will not open with previous releases of the wizard.
  • Backward compatibility with older versions. This release will happily work with project files created with previous releases. Please note that once opened, a project file will only function with this release (build 1438) or later.
All bugs reported up to May 13 2001 have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1, Build 1437 release notes.
  • The user interface of statement editor dialogs has been improved.
  • Improved rendition of swing tables.
  • Remove newline characters in generated code. The SQL entered, by the user, in statement editor dialogs allow newlines to be entered. The generated Java code now replaces newlines with a space character.
All bugs reported to us up to April 5 2001 have been addressed.


JDatabase Wizard Version 1, Build 1436
release notes.

The following enhancements have been made since the last release (build 1360).
  • JDatabase Wizzard would not scan databases properly. Some JDBC Drivers throw exceptions when they should not. Whenever this is found, we try to work around the exceptions thrown.
  • The database connection panel "trims" the driver class and database url. This removes unwanted spaces when the field values are pasted.
  • The License dialog "trims" the serial and key values entered.
  • Database table, view and system table columns now have a call name field.
  • Database tab: supports stored procedures checkbox added.
  • JDBC class properties now highlights fields (in red) which are different to their default values.
  • When a new JDBC class is created, the user interface automatically navigates to the created class.
  • When creating new classes, it is now possible to specify the database class name, the data class name, and their respective packages.
  • JDBC class properties can be assigned server side expressions (such as GetDate()), instead of a JDBC parameter ('?').

All bugs reported to us up to March 23 2001 have been addressed.



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