cubeSQL 4.5

April 29th, 2013 | 4 Comments »

We just released cubeSQL version 4.5 with the following changes:

  • SERVER: Minimum client buffer size has been increased from 4KB to 16KB
  • SERVER: Added a new SET PREFERENCE MINIMUM_BUFFER_SIZE TO preference value to set clients buffer
  • SERVER: Updated sqlite to the latest version
  • SERVER: Fixed a JSON queries related buffer size issue
  • SERVER: Fixed a JSON related memory leak
  • SERVER: Fixed a SHELL schedule issue
  • SERVER: Some fixes to the scheduler subsystem
  • SERVER: Changed syntax for the RESET SCHEDULER custom command
  • SERVER: Introduced a new DATABASE_ADMIN privilege
  • SERVER: Fixed a rare crash (confirmed on Linux but it could affect all other platforms)
  • SERVER: Fixed all JSON UTF-8 encoding/escaping issues
  • SERVER: New token connection to disable third party apps to connect to a private server:

    SET PREFERENCE ‘SECRET_TOKEN’ TO ‘my_secret_token_string';

  • SERVER: Added a new AUTOMATIC_ROWID_ENABLED preference setting
  • ADMIN: Overall improvements
  • ADMIN: Improved Retina support on MacOS X
  • PHP: Fixed an issue due to empty recordset returned by JSON
  • PHP: Added the connect_database method
  • ADMIN: Other minor fixes and improvements
  • C SDK: Small fixes

New version is available from:

SQLiteConverter 1.9.0

April 10th, 2013 | No Comments »

We are happy to announce a SQLiteConverter update too.
This new version includes:

  • Fixed an issue with PostgreSQL conversion.
  • Updated mySQL engine.
  • Updated Oracle engine.
  • Updated mySQL engine.
  • Updated PostgreSQL engine.
  • Updated ODBC engine.
  • Retina support for MacOS X.
  • Updated sqlite to the latest version.
  • Other improvements.

More info available at:

SQLiteManager 4.1.0

April 9th, 2013 | 1 Comment »

We just updated SQLiteManager to version 4.1.0. This new version contains the following changes:

  • Fixed a vertical scrollbar issue.
  • Fixed an import issue into a new table where first row was not properly converted to column names.
  • Fixed an issue with new rows in Record Editor.
  • Updated sqlite to the latest version.
  • Added UNICODE61 tokenizer.
  • MacOS X version now requires 10.7 or higher.

Please note that we are working hard in order to fix the App Store version too.

New version available from:

Older versions are now available from:

SQLiteManager 4.0.9 and SQLiteDoctor 1.2.0

March 10th, 2013 | No Comments »

News in SQLiteManager 4.0.9:

  • Fixed a random MacOS crash on startup.
  • Fixed a Windows crash that occurs with BLOB images in inline editing mode.
  • Fixed duplicated filters issue in Data pane.

New version available from:

News in SQLiteDoctor 1.2.0:

  • Added full support for Retina display.
  • Fixed a Windows hang.
  • Fixed an issue with encrypted databases.
  • Upgraded sqlite engine.
  • Other fixes and optimizations.

New version available from:

SQLiteManager 4.0.8

March 7th, 2013 | No Comments »

We just released SQLiteManager 4.0.8 which address all know bugs.
Please note that we have also submitted 4.0.8 to the Mac App Store where also all sandbox related issues are fixed.

Release notes for this version:

  1. Added support for hex encryption keys.
  2. Several bugs fixed.
  3. Fixed Import/Export issues.
  4. Improved Export performance.
  5. Improved Bug/Crash reporter.
  6. Various performance improvements.

You can download the new version from:

SQLiteManager 4 on the Mac App Store!

February 27th, 2013 | No Comments »

SQLiteManager 4 is a huge upgrade. We want everyone to get it at a fair price. If you bought SQLiteManager 3.x recently (after October 01, 2012) directly from us, you are entitled to a free upgrade (check it out here).

Unfortunately, Apple does not provide us a way to give free upgrades to all customers who purchased SQLiteManager 3.x from the Mac App Store recently. However: For the first 7 days of sale ONLY, SQLiteManager 4 will be available with an huge discount (USD $29) to EVERYONE — new customers, existing customers, direct customers, and Mac App Store customers.

After that, for a limited time, we will offer SQLiteManager 4 for USD $39 to EVERYONE — new customers, existing customers, direct customers, and Mac App Store customers. This allows our Mac App Store customers to enjoy the same upgrade pricing as direct customers.

After that, SQLiteManager’s price will return to its regular pricing (USD $49) for new direct customers, and all Mac App Store customers.

SQLiteManager 4 on the App Store

SQLiteManager 4.0.7

February 20th, 2013 | 2 Comments »

We just released SQLiteManager 4.0.7, this version fixes some Import related issues. All current 4.x users are recommended to upgrade to this latest version available from

Right version now

February 19th, 2013 | No Comments »

For a strange combination of circumstances it seemed that SQLiteManager 4.0.5/4.0.6 didn’t want to appear on our website. Well, we fixed all these circumstances :-) and the right version is now available for download from


SQLiteManager 4.0.6

February 18th, 2013 | No Comments »

Due to a startup crash bug that affects MacOS X 10.6.x and 10.7.x we just repost a fixed 4.0.6 version.

Sorry for the troubles we caused!

SQLiteManager 4.0.5

February 18th, 2013 | No Comments »

We are proud to announce a new SQLiteManager version, today 4.0.5 with full Retina support is out. This version is primary a bug fixes release… we think to have fixed all know issues. Please let us know if you find any bug.

What’s new in this version:

  • SQLiteManager is now Retina ready.
  • Import speed greatly improved.
  • Fixed a small Create Encrypted Database issue.
  • Fixed all Import related bugs.
  • Improved Export sql handling.
  • Fixed a Design pane resize issue.
  • Fixed several issues related to Data and SQL panes.
  • Fixed minor issues related to the Log pane.
  • Added tooltips for all custom buttons.
  • Data can now be sorted in the Data pane.
  • Added vertical scrollbar to source listbox.
  • SQL paste command now by default strip off style information.
  • A lot of more others fixes and improvements.

P.S. this is a re-post from the original 4.0.5 version posted some hours ago. We fixed an ObjCExpection triggered by MacOS X version 10.6.x and 10.7.x.