Core Lab team is glad to announce a release of the new PostgreSQLDirect .NET version 3.00.
The new PostgreSQLDirect .NET is based on a new engine and emphasize design-time development and data management.
The new version conceptually redesigns PgSqlDataTable component abilities and usage patterns, improve database application
design-time features, reveal advanced .NET Framework 2.0 features, and introduce a lot of server-specific features.
More information on this below.
Application development enhancement
- Added DataSet Manager to control dataset instances in the project
- Added DataSet Editor for convenient datasets manipulation
- New PgSqlDataSet class to use with PgSqlDataTable
- New component DataLink added for flexible data binding
- New capabilities added to PgSqlDataTable class
- Added capability for cross-form components cooperation
- Design time visualization extended
- Supported addin and DataSet Wizard integration with Borland Developer Studio
- Added PgSqlDependency class to support Database Change Notification
- Added PgSqlDataSourceEnumerator class to support Server Enumeration feature
- Added support for Batch Update in PgSqlDataAdapter
- Added support for returning provider-specific types in PgSqlDataReader and PgSqlDataAdapter
- SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence Solutions supported
- Added PgSqlSelectStatement class for building SELECT statements
- Added PgSqlTimeStamp class to represent TIMESTAMP and DATE types
- Added list of hosts in connection form and connection properties
- Added PgSqlLoader.LoadTable() method
- Base level classes moved to the new assembly CoreLab.Data.dll
- New demo projects added
- Added DbLoader class that serves to load external data into database
- Added PostgreSQLDirect .NET information to Visual Studio 2005 splash screen and About box
- Expressions in select statements supported
Please try the new version of PostgreSQLDirect .NET 3.00 that can be downloaded at http://crlab.com/pgsqlnet/download.html
To participate in discussion about the new PostgreSQLDirect .NET version, visit the Core Lab support forums
at http://www.crlab.com/forums or e-mail the developers directly.
We're looking forward to your comments and suggestions.
Core Lab development team