Subject Re: [IBDI] FYI: *free* IBExpert personal edition as an alternative to IBConsole
Author Marcos Vinicius
The only thing that make this tools (IBExpert and IBWorkbench) the best
are the triggers and procedures debuggers in my opinion. A free version
of IBExpert without debuggers as no value for me. :-(

Marcos Vinicius Dufloth
Tecnocyber, Lt

Frank Ingermann wrote:

>Hi all,
>after there have been some threads on this list about IBConsole and making
>it FB compatible, just to let you all know: since yesterday there is a *free*
>version of IBExpert ("personal edition") ready for download. It is limited
>to a certain degree (e.g. the StoredProc debugger from the full version is
>missing), but after a first glance it seems it has all the functions one
>needs for administrating both IB *and* FB databases. I talked to Holger Klemt
>today and he is determined to continue supporting both IB and Firebird in his
>tool (including the new free version) in the future. Now is this good news
>or what? :-)
>You can find the download from
>(...and please note i don't work for H-K Software, i'm just an IBExpert
>*user* - thought i'd clarify this before anyone slaps me for FYI: instead
>of ANN: <g>)
>P.S.: this certainly won't stop me from working on GMarathon, as i am
>still in favour of a real open source admin tool for a real open source
>database, but until GMarathon 2 is ready for production environments -
>a free (though not open source) IBExpert version is something one could
>live with, isn't it? ;-)
>when parsers parse, and compilers compile, then why don't objects object?
>fingerbirdy - fingerman's door to Firebird
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