SPUG: Re: Re: SPUG@cpan.org and projects
jcokos at ccs.net
Wed Jul 19 12:16:35 CDT 2000
I've been working on a DBD Wrapper (calling it iSQL)
to simplify DBD calls, and also to do some database mgmt
using true schema definitions...
Very interested in what you have so far, and the possiblity
of integrating our schema usage/editor into Tk
John Cokos, President / CEO: iWeb Inc.
jcokos at ccs.net
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Subject: SPUG: Re: SPUG at cpan.org and projects
> Hello, all --
> I've been lurking for the better part of a year,
> although I did post one response to a Linux-related
> question a while back. My name's Bill Graham, and I am
> currently primarily a Java developer in my day job, but
> use Perl for many things, and have personal projects
> ongoing ...
> Anyway, I have a project that I'd be willing to move
> under the SPUG at cpan auspices, if anyone's interested.
> It's a Perl/TK database browser/query tool using DBI.
> In its current form, once you connect to the database,
> you are presented with a tree view of tables, which you
> can expand to view columns by clicking on the table. If
> you select columns from one or more tables, you can
> click a "Generate Query" button, and a SELECT statement
> is created in the query window for all table.columns you
> highlighted (you then have to specify the join and any
> other filter criteria - possible future enhancement is
> to examine foreign keys to try to determine the most
> likely join ...). The query can then be executed &
> results displayed, etc. If you have multiple sql
> statements in the query window, you can highlight any
> one of them and execute only that statement. Finally,
> I'm working on a routine to create a default data entry
> form based on specifying a table name (similar to the
> table wizard in Access, but simpler / not as slick).
> Currently, that piece can retrieve all the column names
> and construct a form with column name labels and text
> entry fields for each. The code to
> query/update/insert/delete/navigate in the form isn't
> there yet ...
> I've used it with MySQL and Oracle8i, both on Linux. I
> haven't worked on it much in the last couple of months
> due to job time constraints. Anyone interested??
> Best Regards,
> Bill Graham
> 360 Powered Corp.
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