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Thread EDBManager & export to csv
Sat, May 9 2009 10:24 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Tim

Can a (not to distant) version of EDBManager have an export to csv for result sets please?

Roy Lambert

ps If its already there and I'm to thick to find it can someone please point the way.
Sun, May 10 2009 7:22 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker
Roy,

> Can a (not to distant) version of EDBManager have an export to csv for result sets please?

Good idea, I would like to have that as well. Smile

As a workaround I am using:

create table temp as (select * from mytable) with data

Then you can right-click the new table and export to csv from there.

Regards Uli
Sun, May 10 2009 8:47 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Uli


That's pretty much what I was planning for when I actually want to get at the data.

Roy Lambert
Mon, May 11 2009 4:53 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< Can a (not to distant) version of EDBManager have an export to csv for
result sets please? >>

Yes, it's on the list and will be addressed along with some other
improvements to the import/export in terms of new formats and ANSI/Unicode
options.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Mon, May 11 2009 4:54 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

BTW, your Properties window keystroke is now available in the EDB Manager
(F6) as of 2.02 B12.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Tue, May 12 2009 9:16 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim

>BTW, your Properties window keystroke is now available in the EDB Manager
>(F6) as of 2.02 B12.

That sounds absolutely super. Unfortunately I must be to dense to operate it. I installed 2.02b12 a day or so back and having been given this good news I've just been pressing F6 madly all over the place. Net result nothing, nada, zilch.

Can you please tell me how its meant to work?

A very puzzled Roy Lambert
Tue, May 12 2009 10:43 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Tim


I found it - yippeee F6 works Smiley

Roy Lambert
Thu, May 14 2009 7:45 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Tim


Back again about F6. If I select a table either from the treeview or the pane I get the table properties and the nice menu allowing me to open it etc. If I click on (say) Triggers then the only way back to the properties menu is to click on the table in the treeview.

Can F6 bring us back to the properties page from things like that?

Roy Lambert
Thu, May 14 2009 2:50 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< Back again about F6. If I select a table either from the treeview or the
pane I get the table properties and the nice menu allowing me to open it
etc. If I click on (say) Triggers then the only way back to the properties
menu is to click on the table in the treeview.

Can F6 bring us back to the properties page from things like that? >>

I can't reproduce that behavior here.  Indexes, triggers, etc. all work just
fine, as they should.  The F6 key doesn't even check any conditions, it just
brings forward the Properties page.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Fri, May 15 2009 3:38 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim


Its this terminology thing again. When I originally asked for it my brain was thinking table properties since that's what I spend most of my time in EDBManager playing with. As is common in the IT world you have superbly delivered what was asked for, not what I wanted <vbg>.

Can I put in another request (if you have any Fkeys left over) for one to take me back to the table properties.

Roy Lambert
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