Valentina Release 5.7.1 is now available. Updates to Valentina Studio and Studio Pro, Valentina C++ ADK and Valentina Server. Continue reading Valentina Release 5.7.1 Improves ODBC, Upgrades SQLite Support
Valentina Technology Release 5.7 products, including Valentina Server 5.7 and Valentina Studio Pro 5.7 are now available for download from the Paradigma Software website. Continue reading Valentina 5.7 Delivers Access Control for Valentina Server
We almost forgot when talking about MS SQL Server support that Valentina Reports can also use Oracle Database Server as a datasource. You can do this on all three supported operating systems with Valentina Reports ADK 5.5, with a little help from Valentina Studio Pro. And you don’t need Java or expensive solutions like Crystal Reports, Actuate or Oracle’s BI Publisher.
Consider also that there’s a Valentina Reports ADK for every major development environment – .net, Objective-C, C++, even COM, and RAD tools like LiveCode, Xojo or even…unbelievably…Adobe Director!
Right now you can…
- Download Valentina Studio to do the following steps…
- Make a new Valentina Project (from File Menu) on your desktop
- Make a new datasource — define to your Oracle server
- Make a new Report – can be with simple query as SELECT * FROM T, do click, click, click in the wizard to get default layout of fields.
- Click PREVIEW button on the left to see report with data from your Oracle Server.
To start use this new datasource in your application you need just to specify a corresponded string that describes datasource connection string. See details.
Valentina Studio Pro’s Report Editor now works using a PostgreSQL database specified as datasource! If have some Postgre database, connect to it and start design new report using data of that database. You can instantly preview your data right within Valentina Studio Pro. Reports are saved into a project format so you can reuse them at any time.
You can already use design reports this way from data from any Valentina DB ADK (REALbasic, Revolution, Cocoa, NET, PHP, … ). You can see few snapshots below.
Support for PostgreSQL will be included in Valentina Studio 5.0b1 – coming real soon. Valentina Reports will be able to work with local Valentina databases, Valentina Server hosted databases, local SQLite and now with PostgreSQL server.
Valentina Office Server is a combined database and enterprise ready reports server from Beaverton, Oregon-based Paradigma Software. Almost any individual or organization can now get a free copy of it -actually, up to three copies – one for each operating system: Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.
With all the FOSS databases around, why Valentina? For one, you get an awesome reports server, and I have yet to come across a FOSS reports system to beat it. On the database end, Valentina is an extremely fast and modern columnar database. It can do so many things you won’t find in FOSS products.
The response to this release has been phenomenal. As people write in Ill be posting additional posts clarifying the program.
We are glad to inform you, that for 4.9.1 version we will introduce Valentina Studio for Linux 64 bit version.
In the nearest 1-2 days we should upload 4.9.1 beta build of VStudio linux 32 and 64 bits.
We have made two new x64 products on request of Valentina developers:
* VSDK x64 WIN
* VServer Embedded x64 Linux
We introduce our first 64-bit ADKs for MAC OS X:
- Valentina for C++ (VSDK)
- Valentina for Cocoa (V4CC)
- Valentina for PHP Standalone (VPHP)
It is clear that we cannot make V4RB, V4REV and such to be 64-bits because their IDEs do not support this.
Next our step in this direction, will be introduction of 64 bit ADKs for Windows, VSDK, VNET, …
Yesterday I have try to make installer of VPHP_Standalone_x64, which could be our first 64-bit ADK, and have realize that it is not good idea keep in the same /usr/local/lib/vcomponents both 32 and 64 bit DLLs.