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Database Explorer

Explains how to run and use the ObjectDB object database Explorer to view and manage Java/JPA/JDO objects visually.... connection. Viewing Database Content Viewer Windows The Explorer provides two types of viewer windows for viewing the database data. The Table window ...

 
manual

Database Explorer

Explains how to run and use the ObjectDB object database Explorer to view and manage Java/JPA/JDO objects visually.... connection. Viewing Database Content Viewer Windows The Explorer provides two types of viewer windows for viewing the database data. The Table window ...

 
manual

[ODB1] Chapter 9 - ObjectDB Explorer

Explains how to view and manipulate database files in the database explorer. ... how to work with threads in the Explorer . Using Viewer Windows The Explorer provides two types of viewer windows for exploring the contents of database objects. The Table ...

 
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[Explorer] Editing Database Files

Some features of ObjectDB 1 Explorer have not been implemented yet in the new Explorer of ObjectDB 2. The new Explorer of ObjectDB 2 is currently a viewer rather than editor, and database files are always opened in read only mode. The ability to create new database objects and edit existing database object has to be reimplemented in the ObjectDB 2.... The new Explorer of ObjectDB 2 is currently a viewer rather than an editor. It always opens databases in a read only mode. ...

 
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Feature Request: Improved ObjectDB Explorer

ObjectDB explorer is mainly designed as database viewer, not editor. However, I think it can be improved to function as a capable editor also, and I think this will make ObjectDB an even better product. ... ObjectDB explorer is mainly designed as database viewer, not editor. However, I think it can be improved to function as a ...

 
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Explorer in 2.3

First, the new Explorer in ObjectDB is fantastic! This is exactly what we've needed - an easy way to do ad-hoc JPQL queries and navigate through the results and even make small changes to primitive data and Strings. After playing with it for a while, here is a list of additional features I'd love to have: 1. Export of selected data: a. Simple - Select a range of cells or a column header and copy text to the clipboard or save to a file (csv, html, etc..). (There appear to be copy menu options, but I cannot get them to work.) #1 2011-10-04 20:50 First, the new Explorer in ObjectDB is fantastic! This is exactly what we've needed - an easy way to do ad-ho ...