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eva/3 Multi-platform now supports PostgreSQL

Posted on May 25, 2004

The optadat@.com, a software company from germany, presents a new plugin for the popular integrated development environment Eclipse that adds PostgreSQL support. The subsidiary company of opta data Abrechnungs GmbH provide its, in JAVA implemented programming tool since may this year. This comfortable and efficient tool is similar to Microsoft Access in some areas.



The eva/3 Multi-platform offers additives for professional and unexperienced developer. In areas like database management as well as form and report design the user is supported extensively.



With drag & drop operations, databases can be converted into several DBMS (Database Management Systems). At this, interfaces to databases Sybase® SQL Anywhere, Microsoft® SQLServer 2000, MySQL®, IBM® DB2, Oracle®, Parkway Microfocus, HSQLDB and PostgreSQL are placed at the disposal. Thereby eva/3 Multi-platform allows the modifications of tables, views and SQL-queries. SQL-Statements can be prosseced graphically.



In the form designer of eva/3 Multi-platform surfaces can be build in modern layouts. Both prefabricated and self created components can be placed into a form. Numerous visual and functional properties of all components are editable in a property window.



To prepare data sets for a print the eva/3 Multi-platform has an integrated report designer. It can group, filter and sort selected data and then print it or save as a pdf-file.



Overall the new eva/3 Multi-platform is a mature programming tool for professional application development.

This software is free of charge for non-commercial use. For commercial use a licence must be bought.

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