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Issue #1 - [Explorer] Editing Database Files

Feature RequestVersion: Priority: HighStatus: FixedReplies: 4
#1
2010-05-14 17:22

The new Explorer of ObjectDB 2 is currently a viewer rather than an editor.
It always opens databases in a read only mode.

The Explorer should support creating and storing new database objects and editing and updating existing database objects, visually, with no code.

This is one of the features that have been supported by the old Explorer of ObjectDB 1.
It has been temporarily removed due to incompatibility with the new ObjectDB 2 code base.

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#2
2011-04-12 23:16

Wanted to say this feature is very much needed for my project and I'm sure for many ObjectDB fans out there.  Do you have an ETA on this?

gorilla77
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#3
2011-04-16 13:41

Here's another feature request for the explorer:

Allow the user to run an ad-hoc JPQL query, and then browse/edit the results. This would be incredibly useful.

Thanks.

FastModel
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#4
2011-04-16 17:10

Yes, this is also in a high priority. Please subscribe to this feature request.

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#5
2011-09-21 13:27

Editing databases in the Explorer is now supported by ObjectDB 2.3.

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