bugtracker or projecttracker? documentation/help?

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bugtracker or projecttracker? documentation/help?

Postby Sternenfaenger » 09.05.2010, 11:41

Hi.
SqliteAdmin looks useful for me. So thanks to the author(s).

However I have some troubles concerning handling but I have to admit I am not a well experienced sql/sqlite user.
I will ask my question concerning usage of the program later.

First I'd like to know if there is a documentation somewhere like a wiki or a help file. Moreover to keep track of the project's progress a project tracker, at least a bug tracker, would be helpful. I guess there is not but if so please tell me. I would suggest "trac": http://trac.edgewall.org/

Ok, now my questions concerning usage of SqliteAdmin:

--What I liked to do:--
Delete a row of data from a table

--How I tried it:--
1) On the tree view on the left I selected an item under "Tables" which represents the table I'd like to work with.

2) Clicked on tab "Edit Data"

3) Select the row I like to delete by clicking on it

4) Click on "-" button to delete the row

==> The row disappears and it looks like it has been deleted BUT...

--What I found:--

When I close the data base and open it again and navigate to "Edit Data" the row I expected to be removed appears again.

--Ideas:--

Maybe some actions are not committed immediately. But I would expect at least a prompt asking the user if the modified set of data should be stored or discarded upon closing.
The table I used has only 4 columns and there are just 4 rows in it. However I inserted data using my java application and it might be that it corrupted the table because I noticed that I could make it write a string like "abc" to a column of data type "TIMESTAMP".

Any comments/help appreciated.

Regards,
Mark

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Postby mdaems » 12.05.2010, 23:52

Mark,

I'm sorry to tell you there's no more active development of SqliteAdmin since a few years. The tool is just available 'AS IS'. Seems like the author has moved on to do other things.

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Postby Sternenfaenger » 15.05.2010, 00:37

mdaems wrote:Mark,

I'm sorry to tell you there's no more active development of SqliteAdmin since a few years. The tool is just available 'AS IS'. Seems like the author has moved on to do other things.

Mark


Oh. Sorry to hear that.
But thank you for your quick answer.

Regards,
Mark


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