Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/databases/sql-workbench
From: David Brownlee
Date: 2018-12-11 16:29:31
Message id: 20181211152932.11C39FB16@cvs.NetBSD.org

Log Message:
Updated databases/sql-workbench to 124

Build 124 (2018-08-20)

Enhancements

 - WbExport can now write .xlsm files ("XLSX with Macros")
 - In the auto-completion popup for columns, the column's data type is now displayed
 - For PostgreSQL, row-level policies created for a table are now shown in the \ 
generated DDL
 - Added auto-completion support for Oracle's SHOW command
 - Added auto-completion support for PostgreSQL's SHOW, SET and RESET commands
 - Added support for new features in PostgreSQL 11
 - Improved support for Greenplum
 - It's now possible to lock a result not only through the GUI, but also through \ 
the annotation WbKeepResult
 - It's now possible to define global SSH hosts that can be selected for each \ 
connection profile
 - It's now possible to display the column's table in a query result if the JDBC \ 
driver provides that information
 - When importing Excel sheets it's now possible to disable the automatic \ 
re-calculation of formulas
 - It's now possible to use multiple profile files by specifying a directory \ 
through the -profileStorage parameter
 - It's now possible to define environment variables for the programs started \ 
through WbSysExec
 - For PostgreSQL, user defined collations are now shown in the DbExplorer and DbTree
 - For PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQL Server time zone information can now be \ 
displayed for columns that contain that information (TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE or \ 
datetimeoffset)
 - For DB2 for I, variables are now shown in the DbExplorer and DbTree
 - For DB2 for I, the character set of columns (CCSID) is now shown in the \ 
generated DDL statements.
 - It's now possible to use the schema filter expressions from the connection \ 
profile as parameters to the JDBC API call to speed up schema retrieval.
 - It's now possible to define more flexible filters for the DbExplorer's table list

Bug fixes

 - For Postgres, WbCopy was not able to write values into TIMESTAMPTZ column.
 - For Oracle versions 10 or lower, the source of materialized views was no \ 
longer displayed.
 - For Oracle, when displaying the procedures in the DbExplorer and choosing \ 
"*" for the schema, the procedure owner was no longer shown in the \ 
list of procedures.
 - For SQL Server, the DROP statement generated for sequences was not correct.
 - If the option "Always allow "Execute selected" was disabled, \ 
directly after opening the window "Execute Selected" would still run \ 
all statements.
 - Running a macro by using the macro's name did not work if there was a comment \ 
preceding the macro's name in the editor.
 - When a result was locked ("Keep result") subsequent new result tabs \ 
were not always activated automatically.
 - When connecting to a profile with a corrupted workspace, the main window was \ 
not usable any more.
 - Additional libraries were no longer loaded when starting SQL Workbench/J \ 
using "java -jar sqlworkbench.jar"
 - When multiple columns where selected in a result, the "Filter by \ 
value" was applied using only the first selected column.
 - The -commitEvery parameter for WbImport and WbCopy did not work
 - When using WbConnect with nested WbIncludes, the connection would not be \ 
closed if an error occurred
 - When using "Check foreign keys" in the dialog to drop multiple \ 
objects, non-table objects were removed.
 - "Save As" did not use the profile's default directory
 - The default directory of the profile was not used when opening files
 - Implemented a workaround for SQLite, so that invalid DATE values could be \ 
read from columns defined as DATE.
 - When using "quoteCharEscaping=duplicate" with WbImport, empty \ 
strings or strings that only contained a single (escaped) quote character were \ 
not imported correctly.
 - In case of an error, the cursor in the editor was no longer moved to the \ 
error position.
 - For PostgreSQL, the generated DDL for foreign servers was incorrect
 - For Oracle, NUMBER columns without precision were exported with a decimal \ 
separator to Excel files.
 - Showing rowcounts in the DbExplorer did not work.
 - For Oracle, the result of functions returning a refcursor was not displayed \ 
correctly.

Build 123 (2017-09-25)

Enhancements

 - It's now possible to jump between statements in the editor.
 - For Postgres global objects are now shown in the DbTree and DbExplorer
 - WbExport now supports specifying a format pattern when exporting numbers to \ 
text files.
 - Expandable macros now also support placeholders for the selected text and \ 
statement.
 - WbDataDiff can now optionally create INSERT statements for tables that do not \ 
exist in the target database.
 - Added support for new Postgres 10 features (partitioning, identity columns)
 - For Firebird, DOMAINs are now included in the dependency display
 - WbImport now also supports the -skipTargetCheck option
 - It's now possible to define a default directory for a connection profile that \ 
is used e.g. for WbInclude or WbExport
 - The default encoding used for files in the editor can now be changed in the \ 
options dialog
 - WbImport and WbExport now support the -locale parameter to define the locale \ 
used for parsing and formatting dates and timestamps
 - For Postgres, the type of an index (btree, brin, gist, gin, ...) is now shown \ 
in the DbExplorer
 - For Postgres, TYPEs are now included in the dependency display
 - The formatting of numbers can now be controlled in more detail
 - For SQL Server and MySQL the USE command now supports code-completion
 - Generated DDL scripts now only contain commit statements if the current \ 
connection is not set to auto-commit (and the DBMS supports transactional DDL)
 - For Postgres, a tablespace other then pg_default will now be displayed in the \ 
generated source for tables and indexes

Bug fixes

 - SQL Workbench could not be started with Java 9
 - BLOB and NVARCHAR literals were not handled correctly when formatting a statement
 - Replacing variables inside other variables did not always work
 - WbSchemaDiff did not handle multiple indexes on the same column list correctly
 - It was no longer possible to connect to a SAP DB
 - Navigating foreign keys from the result set did not work for non-numeric data \ 
types
 - Made saving of Workspaces more robust against errors.
 - For SQL Server, if integratedSecurity=true was used, SQL Workbench still \ 
prompted for a password
 - Made the SQL formatter more robust against useless parentheses around sub-selects
 - When an expandable macros was invoked through the menu, the cursor position \ 
was not correct when using ${c}
 - It was not possible to change the statement/query timeout in GUI mode using \ 
SET TIMEOUT
 - Detaching a result was longer possible in build 122.2
 - The option "Remove comments" was not working with databases are \ 
using non-standard characters to quote identifiers
 - For Oracle, the display format for timestamps was not used for \ 
"timestamp with time zone" values
 - SSH tunneling did not work with Oracle when using a service name in the JDBC URL
 - If the MacroPopup was open and a profile with a different macro file was \ 
loaded, the macros in the popup weren't re-loaded
 - Fixed the handling of long column names in the dialog to select columns
 - WbCopy did not work if there was another object (e.g. a sequence or view) in \ 
the source database with the same name as the table specified with -sourceTable
 - The dialog to select columns for copying them to the clipboard did not \ 
display all options on Mac OSX.
 - Changing between connection profiles that had a non-standard macro file and \ 
profiles using the standard macro file could lead to a situation where the \ 
standard macros were no longer available.
 - "Put SELECT into Clipboard" did not work any longer in the DbTree \ 
or DbExplorer
 - Using -sourceDir to import multiple files into a single table did not work if \ 
-fileColumns was not specified
 - WbDataDiff failed when using -includeDeletes=true and the comparison was done \ 
between two DBMS that stored object names differently (e.g. UPPER vs. lowercase)
 - The parameter -varFile did not work anymore
 - For Oracle, the "realplan" option for autotrace did not work for \ 
queries starting with a common table expression (WITH)

Files:
RevisionActionfile
1.6modifypkgsrc/databases/sql-workbench/distinfo
1.4modifypkgsrc/databases/sql-workbench/PLIST
1.5modifypkgsrc/databases/sql-workbench/Makefile