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sami
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# Posted on: 24-Nov-2006 10:24:46.  

I have been working with an entity browser to help me and testers to examine the database contents of our application. The idea is that user chooses the root object from which he wants to start, and the object graph is shown in a treeview with propertygrid using lazy load.

All this is done using reflection, so the entity browser is totally generic. You just define some information about the selfservice assembly (created with llblgen) in config file and thats it.

The benefit of this is that user of the entity browser does not need to use sql and/or development tools to check what really is in the database.

So, if there are people out there who are interested about this tool, please tell. I could then provide this as a free download.

http://www.visualcomponents.com
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# Posted on: 24-Nov-2006 10:38:06.  
Sounds really interesting! Regular Smiley

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# Posted on: 24-Nov-2006 13:57:15.  
Yes, I would be interested.
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# Posted on: 24-Nov-2006 14:45:49.  
I need it ! Wink

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# Posted on: 24-Nov-2006 15:32:09.  
Here is a screenshot of the tool so you might grab a better idea:

http://onroad.juvander.fi/community/photos/sorbet/picture300.aspx

As you might guess, it is a bit memory hog and not suitable for large databases, but I have some ideas to improve that too.
http://www.visualcomponents.com
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# Posted on: 26-Nov-2006 05:26:06.  
Very cool indeed. Let us know if you have a download link available. Or if the source is small enough you could attach to this thread.

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# Posted on: 26-Nov-2006 11:11:35.  
Really interesting.
I'm at the moment also working on an entitybrowser but for my current inhouse project which is a object database with native queries.

 
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# Posted on: 06-Dec-2006 17:02:54.  
Sweet - is it available for download?!

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# Posted on: 07-Dec-2006 09:55:09.  
Cool! Cool

It's available for download it?

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# Posted on: 07-Dec-2006 16:18:57.  
I have made it available here:

http://onroad.juvander.fi/community/files/folders/misc/entry327.aspx

All comments are welcome.

Notice though that this is a free tool and I have some other duties also (!) Regular Smiley

Btw. I noticed that HammermaninMD downloaded it before I managed unpublish the created folder, so you got a zip file which missed one binary Regular Smiley The current version should work better.



http://www.visualcomponents.com
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# Posted on: 07-Dec-2006 18:15:22.  
Excellent work! Laugh
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# Posted on: 07-Dec-2006 21:07:29.  
Yes..thanks.. checked your site this am to see if it was there and I grabbed it from there.. will try the new version..thanks!

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# Posted on: 09-Dec-2006 22:18:37.  
Nice work! Thanks for posting it.
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# Posted on: 11-Dec-2006 14:23:37.  
Fantastic.
What are your plans for this?
I am particularly interested in an Adapter version.
Are you releasing the source code for others to carry this on?


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# Posted on: 21-Dec-2006 11:20:13.  
Would you like us to add it to the 3rd party section on the website?
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# Posted on: 21-Dec-2006 12:49:08.  
Sure, go ahead, no problem with that.

About releasing the source code, I did consider that, but it contains references to licensed UI components, meaning it would require modifications to get it working.


http://www.visualcomponents.com
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# Posted on: 21-Dec-2006 13:03:49.  
sami wrote:

About releasing the source code....meaning it would require modifications to get it working.


Not necessarily a problem.
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