[Monetdb-developers] Re: AquaStudio en Windows versie
Martin.Kersten at cwi.nl
Thu Apr 27 22:45:26 CEST 2006
The same scheme works for Version 5.0
[don't forget to replace hostname by localhost ;-)]
> Ok, version 4.3.6 is running now with MonetDB/SQL. It's a very cool
> tool (can even draw dependency graphs based on the schema and foreign
> keys! Monica should try that with her DBtapestry schema!). I also
> found out that JDBC was not n00b-proof yet, so I did some commits
> related to that.
> In order to use the tool follow the next steps.
> 1. get the software
> go to http://www.minq.se/products/dbvis/install-436/install.jsp
> and download version 4.3.6 for your platform. I didn't test 5.0
> 2. set it up for monetdb
> after starting DbVisualizer for the first time, it will load its
> default welcome screen.
> Before doing anything, open the Driver Manager, using the menu
> Tools->Driver Manager...
> In the Driver Manager add a new Driver using Driver->Create Driver...
> Type the name of the driver in the Name field, e.g. MonetDB.
> Type the URL format for the driver: jdbc:monetdb://hostname/database
> In the Driver File Paths box, follow the directions to load a JAR
> file that contains the JDBC driver. Use the MonetDB JDBC driver
> that came with your distribution, typically installed in
> After adding, the window should list the driver class
> nl.cwi.monetdb.jdbc.MonetDriver and automatically fill it in in the
> Driver Class field. Close the Driver Manager window.
> Back in the main window, in the Getting Started box, click the
> Tools->Connection Wizard link.
> A connection Wizard will pop up, and you will think you are working
> on a Microsoft Powered computer, no matter which operating system you
> Type the name for the database, e.g. MonetDB and click "Next".
> Select the just added monetdb Database Driver from the drop down
> list and again press "Next".
> Go grab a cup of coffee, when you found out the Wizard not only looks
> like a Microsoft Product(tm), but also acts like one. Try to hide
> your frustration and cancel the Wizard and continue the manual way.
> From the menu select Database->Create Database Connection. A popup
> dialog will try to persue you to use the wizard. You know better so,
> click "No".
> Fill in the name for the connection in the Alias field, e.g. MonetDB.
> Select the monetdb driver from the list.
> Copy the default URL by clicking on the "URL Format: ..." text field
> and change it to reflect the right hostname (usually localhost will
> Fill in the userid and password (monetdb).
> Press the "Connect" button. It will report the database being used
> and the JDBC driver in use. In the left pane the monetdb database
> now becomes available from browsing.
> 3. use it!
> Explore the application and have fun!
> On 27-04-2006 18:08:47 +0200, Fabian wrote:
>>I'm not going to register, I'll use this version that you can download
>>without registering crap.
>>On 27-04-2006 17:56:21 +0200, Fabian wrote:
>>>I will see later what they need to download this. It looks like
>>><mailing list censor/> to me on a second thought.
>>>On 27-04-2006 17:47:37 +0200, Martin Kersten wrote:
>>>>Ok, downloading requires your credentials to be left behind and
>>>>some hints what to fill in where. Could you copy the
>>>>doc/Assets/AquaDataStudio.texi file and enumerate the steps.
>>>>Then I will try to re-do them following the documentation.
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> Using Tomcat but need to do more? Need to support web services, security?
> Get stuff done quickly with pre-integrated technology to make your job easier
> Download IBM WebSphere Application Server v.1.0.1 based on Apache Geronimo
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