I just discovered that dbentrance is at version1.8 now. I'm still on
I searched your entire website but couldn't find a download link for
Can you please mail me the download link.
Yes, unfortunately we don't have trial versions linked at the
The community download is on the main page, and the IDE update
downloads are here:
http://dbentrance.com/downloads/entrance_1_6.dmg for Macintosh
http://dbentrance.com/downloads/entrance.zip for Linux
http://dbentrance.com/downloads/entrancew.zip for Windows
After backing up your 1.4 version, you can simply drop the new
version in on top of the old. You will need to remember your serial
to install on a new system. If you have forgotten, email me and I can
send it again. Release notes are here:
How about some feedback? How is Entrance working for you?
Thank you very much for your quick replay.
Entrance is the approach I was always looking for. Quick analyses
without the need of exporting into excel an start formatting etc.
I have just two ideas how to improve entrance.
Rotating labels on the X-axis in bar diagrams. My labels are the names
of the sales-team and they are always getting illegible when
I am also doing huge Pivot-tables, on large datasets, which are not
possible with excel at all.
But etrance doesn't recognize the output because I am using a mysql
First, if you don't mind, I would like to forward this
to the community site, without your name.
Rotated bar labels for bar charts is an easy feature to add,
and we will add it. Meanwhile., the only way Entrance provides
to avoid collisions is with "ONLY", as in
ONLY 5 AXISLABELS
You can also shortien the labels by doing something like this
in the SELECT:
Procedure support is a lot harder. You should be able to
define procedures outside Entrance, and use them in plotql scripts
for Entrance, but you can't define them from within a plotql script
for Entrance. (The plan was to build an Entrance add-in for one of
Java IDEs and piggy-back off its parser. Unfortunately, that isfar
to-do list at this point, unless someone wants to pick up that