[Mono-list] Can anyone recommend a DB query analyzer app that will run using Mono on Windows?
monodanmorg at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 23 17:06:12 EDT 2006
Have you tried the Gtk# Win32 Installer for Microsoft
.NET Framework 1.1 SDK?
The link above is found on the www.mono-project.com
This will allow you run Gtk# GUI applications on
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0.
However, for sqlsharpgtk, you will need to extract
Mono.Data.dll from your Mono 1.1.16 installation and
place it in the same place you would run
sqlsharpgtk.exe. Mono.Data.dll has a ProviderFactory
which sqlsharpgtk uses.
Also, make sure you have a sqlsharpgtk.exe.config
This config file is used to define the providers and
connection strings to be used by the provider factory.
Run sqlsharpgtk.exe in a .NET SDK Command Prompt. Set
the path to the bin directory of you gtk# for .net
Other than that, I can only suggest trying various
database query tools on Mono from Sourceforge and see
what works or not. You can post your results to the
mono-list. We would be interested to see why it does
not work on Mono.
--- Bill Seddon <bill.seddon at lyquidity.com> wrote:
> Daniel, thanks for your suggestions. While SQL# for
> GTK# does work on
> Windows my hope is to find something that can be
> used in .NET and Mono.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Morgan [mailto:monodanmorg at yahoo.com]
> Sent: 23 July 2006 02:05
> To: Bill Seddon; mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Can anyone recommend a DB
> query analyzer app
> that will run using Mono on Windows?
> MonoDevelop IDE has a add-in called MonoQuery.
> However, MonoDevelop does not really work on Windows
> right now.
> MonoDevelop is an IDE ported from SharpDevelop using
> System.Windows.Forms as the GUI running on Microsoft
> .NET Framework to using GTK# as the GUI running on
> MonoQuery is a SQL query and database browser tool
> which uses Mono.Data.Sql as the data access layer to
> get various database object info.
> Mono SQL# For GTK# is another tool which has a
> database browser and SQL Query tool. However, it is
> only available from two places right now:
> in mono's subversion repository or with the Mono
> Windows Installer. SQL# For GTK# works on Windows
> --- Bill Seddon <bill.seddon at lyquidity.com> wrote:
> > The subject says it all. There are plenty of
> > examples that run under
> > .NET but I've been unable to find one that will
> > successfully (or at
> > all) under Mono. Maybe I just don't know how to
> > compile them for Mono?
> > A query analyzer that runs as a web app would be
> > as well.
> > Bill Seddon
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