Release Notes: A portable version was added, which can be run anywhere from a USB disk-on-key. Support for Photo was improved. An upload interface to FaceBook, Flickr, and Picasa was added.
Release Notes: The user interface is fully customizable (you can use your own photos). Tag search and "bulk think" have been added. Email support has been added. The search process has been improved.
Release Notes: MySQL release 5, SqlServer 2005 (the free version of SqlServer), DB2, Oracle, and Derby - Cloudscape are supported. A server component was added for small networks without a DBA: sqlDESKTOPserver. The Derby - Cloudscape database is embedded with sqlDESKTOPserver. A back up feature was added for the single user version. Support for digital photos was improved. You can save a photo with bulk talk or in comics format into a JPEG file. You can mail a photo with bulk talk or in comics format directly to traditional email client application.
Release Notes: This release improves support of email. Users can send and receive sqlDESKTOP items to other email applications. It also features support of digital photos, and supports right clicking.
Release Notes: This version improves support for RedHat WS 3 and Mandrake 9.2, and supports the Java Desktop System.
Release Notes: An RPM is available. A launch command is added to the GNOME menu of the Mandrake distribution.
Release Notes: Oracle 9i is now supported. Support for big files (> 2GB) was improved. Support for files on removable media (such as CD and DVD) was improved.
Release Notes: There is a new database creation script for MySQL. This release can now use the MySQL database running on case-sensitive operating systems (Linux, Unix, etc.). Support for Red Hat 8 and 9 and Mandrake 9.1 has been improved. Processing of URLs has been improved. An input error during the configuration of the mail server no longer cancels the whole process. You no longer need to manually empty the database if it is aborted during the first launch.
Release Notes: A new installer was created to improve support for Suse 8.1 and 64-bit Redhat. An exception error which occurred when the first user is not root was fixed. Preference setting is now done on a per-user basis instead of per-computer. Write permission on the install directory (/opt/sqldesktop) is no longer required to run the program. One desktop database is now allowed per user, and is stored in user's home directory instead of in the install directory.