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alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

Federico Bruni
Hi

I'm trying to achieve what is described here:
http://sourceforge.net/p/squirrel-sql/mailman/message/26645244/

i.e. run a a query that prompts me for a dynamic value.

But it seems that sqlparam has been removed from squirrel plugins.
There's any alternative?

Thanks
Federico

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Re: alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

Federico Bruni
Can anyone give me a pointer?
The built-in help does not have any search feature

2014-10-31 20:04 GMT+01:00 Federico Bruni <[hidden email]>:
Hi

I'm trying to achieve what is described here:
http://sourceforge.net/p/squirrel-sql/mailman/message/26645244/

i.e. run a a query that prompts me for a dynamic value.

But it seems that sqlparam has been removed from squirrel plugins.
There's any alternative?

Thanks
Federico


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Re: alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

John Hardin
On Mon, 3 Nov 2014, Federico Bruni wrote:

> Can anyone give me a pointer?
> The built-in help does not have any search feature

I still see sqlparam in my list of plugins even though the website doesn't
list it. It's present in a Squirrel install I did in September. Are you
sure it's just not enabled?

If you really can't find any sign of the plugin, I can send you a copy of
the .jar I have.

> 2014-10-31 20:04 GMT+01:00 Federico Bruni <[hidden email]>:
>>
>> I'm trying to achieve what is described here:
>> http://sourceforge.net/p/squirrel-sql/mailman/message/26645244/
>>
>> i.e. run a a query that prompts me for a dynamic value.
>>
>> But it seems that sqlparam has been removed from squirrel plugins.
>> There's any alternative?

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Re: alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

Federico Bruni
2014-11-03 18:47 GMT+01:00 John Hardin <[hidden email]>:
On Mon, 3 Nov 2014, Federico Bruni wrote:

Can anyone give me a pointer?
The built-in help does not have any search feature

I still see sqlparam in my list of plugins even though the website doesn't list it. It's present in a Squirrel install I did in September. Are you sure it's just not enabled?

If you really can't find any sign of the plugin, I can send you a copy of the .jar I have.

Hi John, thanks for your reply.

It's not listed in the Plugins summary and I can't see it even in the install directories:

$ ls .squirrel-sql/plugins/
codecompletion  dbcopy  graph  mysql        sessionscript  sqlreplace  sqlval
dataimport      dbdiff  laf    refactoring  sqlbookmark    sqlscript   syntax

$ ls ~/usr/squirrel-sql-3.6/plugins/
codecompletion      editextras      readme.txt         sqlreplace.jar
codecompletion.jar  editextras.jar  refactoring        sqlscript
dataimport          graph           refactoring.jar    sqlscript.jar
dataimport.jar      graph.jar       sessionscript      sqlval
db2                 laf             sessionscript.jar  sqlval.jar
db2.jar             laf.jar         smarttools         syntax
dbcopy              mysql           smarttools.jar     syntax.jar
dbcopy.jar          mysql.jar       sqlbookmark
dbdiff              postgres        sqlbookmark.jar
dbdiff.jar          postgres.jar    sqlreplace


But I've checked out the git repo and I see that it's in the source:

$ ls sql12/plugins/ | grep sqlparam
sqlparam

So I'm confused. I guess I'll try installng again from scratch, maybe I should add the plugin during the installation. I can't see any way to add a plugin after the installation.





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Re: alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

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2014-11-04 13:23 GMT+01:00 Federico Bruni <[hidden email]>:
So I'm confused. I guess I'll try installng again from scratch, maybe I should add the plugin during the installation. I can't see any way to add a plugin after the installation.

Yes, sqlparam is in the optional plugins. I managed to install it by installing from scratch.
There's no way to add an optional plugin without starting from scratch?


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On Tue, 4 Nov 2014, Federico Bruni wrote:

> 2014-11-04 13:23 GMT+01:00 Federico Bruni <[hidden email]>:
>
>> So I'm confused. I guess I'll try installng again from scratch, maybe I
>> should add the plugin during the installation. I can't see any way to add a
>> plugin after the installation.
>
>
> Yes, sqlparam is in the optional plugins. I managed to install it by
> installing from scratch.
> There's no way to add an optional plugin without starting from scratch?

The web page suggests just drop the .jar file in the plugins directory.

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Re: alternatives to sqlparam plugin?

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2014-11-04 15:49 GMT+01:00 John Hardin <[hidden email]>:
On Tue, 4 Nov 2014, Federico Bruni wrote:

2014-11-04 13:23 GMT+01:00 Federico Bruni <[hidden email]>:

So I'm confused. I guess I'll try installng again from scratch, maybe I
should add the plugin during the installation. I can't see any way to add a
plugin after the installation.


Yes, sqlparam is in the optional plugins. I managed to install it by
installing from scratch.
There's no way to add an optional plugin without starting from scratch?

The web page suggests just drop the .jar file in the plugins directory.

Yes, but.. where is the .jar file?
The installer downloads it from somewhere on the internet.
In the source I can see only the .java files, no .jar file.


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