Enhancements I added into jRQL API after the latest version are posted on the jRQL Twitter stream. The idea is to keep you informed on the latest developments.
Please contact me, in you are interested in a not yet published feature, so I can see it’s time for a new version.
jRQL is Open Source now! Source code for jRQL published at the jRQL sourceforge project. You can find there an Eclipse project accessible as SVN repository too, if you want to join the development.
Version 1.1 (current)
Source free jRQL. The most important changes in V1.1 are the following:
- jRQL API fully supports reading and writing of UTF-8 characters, which makes it perfectly suited for migration projects. See the jRQL presentation, 3rd part, where the possible scenarios are described in detail.
- I created a setup routine for the jRQL plug-ins together with an installation wizard importing the plug-ins you need into the MS. You can try without risk, because you can even remove or disable all jRQL plug-ins afterwards with a tool provided.
- this blog is restructured and a detailed description for every jRQL plug-in is added
In addition the plug-ins setup includes now
- a tool for Interactive RQL
- a tool to disable or remove a bunch of plug-ins in MS by a given name part
- the new plug-in Find user group in authorization packages
- the new plug-in Show Language Variant values
- the new plug-ins Show Session Variables and Show all session variables
- the new plug-in Delete page
- the new plug-in Delete page cache
Going public in Feb 2010 on an Usergroup Conference in Munic, Germany. See the presentation I held on this conference to announce jRQL.