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Gedafe (Generic Database Front-End) is an application independent end-user web front-end for databases. Application independant means that the front-end doesn't have any information about the structure and contents of the database.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Sep 2003 15:29

    Release Notes: multi-level reports, flexible widgets, binary objects (blobs), CSV exporting, a Java incremental search widget, and selectable alignment.

    •  12 Apr 2002 08:19

      Release Notes: This release fixes the documentation about configuration of password or crypt authentication in PostgreSQL, and the bug where PostgreSQL 7.2.1 wasn't correctly detected.

      •  18 Mar 2002 18:43

        Release Notes: PostgreSQL 7.2 compatibility, and case-sensitive table and field names in meta tables (SQL semantics).

        •  18 Feb 2002 19:44

          Release Notes: New "export" functionality (export to tab-separated-values), and a fix for the example SQL file.

          •  24 Jan 2002 11:50

            Release Notes: In this release, Gedafe returns to the referrer after action=edit. This release also fixes an error when deleting didn't work, and where '-->' in records could break debug comments. It displays correctly '0' in read-only fields, removes FONT SIZE from header for application title, makes header buttons a bit smaller, and fixes table borders for browsers other than Netscape.


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