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August 29th, 2012 | No Comments »
We just released cubeSQL version 4.3 where we added SSL support, we fixed all know bugs and we improved overall performance. We recommend all our users to upgrade to version 4.3.
What’s new in version 4.3.0:
You can download you copy from: http://www.sqlabs.com/cubesql_download.php
August 10th, 2012 | No Comments »
I think it’s time to write something about how to correctly setup a schedule backup with cubeSQL.
Most people don’t realise that it is a two step operation and we often receive support requests because in their opinion schedule backups do not work. I think that official documentation is not clear about this point and we plan to improve it in the next upcoming 4.3 version, in the meantime I’ll try to clarify required steps in this post.
Step 1 is to setup a schedule using the Schedules panel:
as you can see we added a new Schedule1 of type Backup, triggered every Sunday and 1:00 AM (and the Schedule Enabled checkbox is checked).
Once schedule has been created you need to ATTACH this schedule to a database in order to be able to correctly backups it. Please note that more than one schedule can be attached to a database and the same schedule can be attached to multiple databases!
Step 2 is to attach newly created schedule in the Databases panel:
select the database you want to backup and then from the Server menu select “Manage Schedules”:
From the popup menu then select newly created schedule and then press the Attach button.
July 9th, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Thanks to Jonathan Monroe from Actual Technologies we have another cubeSQL ODBC driver build.
The following issues remain:
You can download the new build in the cubeSQL download section. Please let us know of any issues you’ll find with this release.
May 9th, 2012 | 5 Comments »
During the past months we worked hard on the new upcoming cubeSQL release.
We fixed all know bugs and we added some powerful functionalities.
Here you go the details of all the changes so far:
Please note that the archive contains just the executable files for all platforms and require a valid serial number in order to properly run. As always you can request a key from: http://www.sqlabs.com/cubesql_devkey.php
Download cubeSQL 4.3.0b5
Please report any bug to us!!!
March 29th, 2012 | 4 Comments »
We are working on the next cubeSQL version… where you’ll see a lot of improvements and features.
We are interested in trying to port cubeSQL to an ARM processor with Linux OS… do you know some good devices we could use for development and testing? We know about the very interesting Raspberry Pi project but its availability is too uncertainty at this time.
March 13th, 2012 | No Comments »
cubeSQL ODBC Driver version 1.0b2 is now available from:
Please test the new version and let us know if you find any problem.
February 28th, 2012 | 7 Comments »
From a Jonathan Monroe suggestion I posted this comment few minutes ago, but it’s very important so it deserves a separated post:
In order to use ODBC with a 32-bit application (such as MS Office) on 64-bit Windows, you have to install the 32-bit driver. In order to configure a DSN for the 32-bit driver, you have to use the 32-bit ODBC Administrator, located at:
A DSN configured using the default 64-bit ODBC Administrator will not be recognized by 32-bit applications. More information about this situation is available here:
It is important to understand that you have to use the 32-bit ODBC Administrator on 64-bit Windows if you want to use the driver with MS Office or any other 32-bit application.