I have a moral dilemma. I have recently applied to join the QueryCommander workspace on GotDotNet. The reason is that I would like to test/bug fix a few things in the project (and to my knowledge the only release that has happened is in the user samples). I applied about 3 weeks ago, and have yet to hear anything. Until recently there hasn't appear to be much activity on this project either. I really want these bugs fixed, because this has everything in an SQL editor that I would like to have (intellisense, object browsing, etc); however, there is a fatal flaw in the released version. It appears that the project doesn't use the default database that you give it, but instead it grabs the first database on the server. If you don't have access to the first database you get a number of errors (nonfatal), and then you have no object browser (so you can't edit previously written stored procs... at least I assume that you can do this).
I've thought about de-compiling to VB or C#, but don't really want to have to resort to that. I'm hoping that one of the admins will read this and give me access. I'm also hoping to remind those of you who have created a GDN Workspace/project to check your project every so often and see if someone wants to jump in and help...
| posted on Thursday, July 01, 2004 12:52 PM