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07.11.2014             Oliver Gries
Nächste Projektverfügbarkeit
Zur Zeit bin ich noch vertraglich in Projekten gebunden. Der nächste Zeitpunkt für Projekte mit 100% Einsatz beim Kunden ist Anfang Januar 2015

dbCopy Eclipse Plugin

Über 9000 Downloads (Stand Juli 2006) zeugen von dem Interesse an der Studie eines Tools zum Kopieren von Tabellen über Datenbankgrenzen hinweg.

  • Stuart Guthrie: I'm very impressed with what you've done. Well done and keep it up. It's well needed. I have had success copying from MySQL to Postgres with one glitch.
  • Markus Zehnder: ... I'm using it successfully copying multiple tables from an Informix DB into a MySQL DB. Thanks Oliver for the great plugin
  • Fabrizio Balliano: I'd like to know if DBCopy is still developed or not, because I think its a really valid project.
  • Daniel Wong: I discovered your project here and think it is a brilliant project. Your project is really awesome, it solves many problem for the developers who did not know dbms admin very much.

Viel positives Feedback, Anregungen und Hilfe haben wir seit der ersten Betaversion im Juli 2003 bekommen. Leider reicht unsere Zeit nicht immer, um all die Wünsche einfliessen zu lassen. Sollten Sie von der Grundidee überzeugt sein und wollen mit helfen, dann zögern Sie nicht.

Es ist noch viel zu tun, um ein stabiles Release 1.0 zu erstellen.

jProject Business Suite

Nun ist auch die Webanwendung, die wir für unsere eigene Abrechnung und Planung der Projektarbeit benutzen unter der Open Source Lizenz verfügbar.

Einen ersten Eindruck von der Funktionalität können Sie bei der Live Version erhalten.

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