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From:Nils Valentin Date:November 11 2003 1:28pm
Subject:Re: ANN: Database Workbench 2.4 released
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Hi Martjin,

How do I install this tool on a Unix, Linux or BSD based machine ? 

Why does it say on the page 

1) Receiving upgrades is not time limited.

and 2)
The license itself isn't time limited - but there is a 20% yearly renewal fee 
for maintenance and support (updates etc) on the driver after the first year.

???
 
I found this 

a) confusing and 
b) I would prefer a one time fee.

The module system  is probably a nice idea, but shouldnt that allow to offer 
the drivers for a reasonable price ?

I found 435$ for the full module software to expensive. I can get similar and 
better software easily for under 100$ - ( sometimes even free) which offer 
more features and reliability than your product.

If you have the luck to find customers which are willing to pay this, than you 
are probably the most terrific sales person  around for a while. 
All power to you.

Best regards

-- 
Nils Valentin
Tokyo/Japan

http://www.be-known-online.com/mysql/

 


 


On Monday 10 November 2003 19:01, Martijn Tonies wrote:
> Ladies, gentlemen,
>
> There's a new tool in town - Upscene Productions is
> proud to announce:
>
> "Database Workbench for MySQL"
>
> Download a trial: http://www.upscene.com
> Documentation: http://www.upscene.com/documentation/dbw
>
> For years, the "workbench series" has been helping InterBase
> and Firebird database developers all over the world - and now,
> it has become an even more versatile tool. Version 2.4 adds
> MySQL support, becoming a cross-database engine development
> tool for your needs.
>
> Features include:
>
> * Multi Engine
>   - MySQL 4
>   - MS SQL Server 7, 2000, MSDE 1 & MSDE 2
>   - Borland InterBase 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x
>   - Firebird 1.x, 1.5
> * Schema Migrator tool
>   - convert from legacy ADO/ODBC datasources
>   - quickly copy existing objects to other databases
> * Datapump
>   - transfer data from MS SQL, ADO or ODBC datasources
>   - schedule the command line version to do this regularly
> * Object Editors
>   - easily create, alter and drop database objects
>   - editors help to avoid errors
>   - no need to write error prone SQL/DDL statements
>   - BLOB editor to add/change/view your binary data
> * Test Data Generator
>   - generate thousands of rows of meaningfull test data
>   - includes a large repository of real-life names, addresses etc
> * Metadata Printing
>   - print lists of tables, indices and other database objects
>   - many options to customize the output
> * Import/Export
>   - Import data from CSV
>   - Export to many different formats, including CSV and XML
> * Many other usefull features and tools available...
>
> Download your trial at http://www.upscene.com
>
> If you experience any problems with this new version, don't
> hestitate and either go to the website and send a support email
> or email directly to support@stripped
>
>
>
> Thank you your support,
>
> Martijn Tonies
> Database Workbench - the database developer tool for professionals
> Upscene Productions
> http://www.upscene.com

-- 
Nils Valentin
Tokyo/Japan

http://www.be-known-online.com/mysql/
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