DataFlex Project Manager – Now in Beta
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After downloading the zip file make sure to ‘unblock’ the file before extracting and running the install program
You can unblock the zip file by going to the file properties (right-click -> properties) and then check the unblock checkbox
Group your workspaces into projects. You can add, edit and remove projects
Projects can be assigned images such as logos to make finding a project easier
Maintain a list of workspaces within each project
selecting a workspace will open that workspace in workspace manager.
The system allows adding as well as removing a workspace
On the projects page inside the workspace all your projects are shown.
you can launch tools such as the Studio, Database Builder as well as dbExplorer
you can also run any of the projects, compile a project or do a batch compile.
Organize your projects in groups. Groups can be used for batch compiling
The Data page shows the data tables used in this workspace
The libraries page shows the library workspaces used in this workspace.
it also allows you to launch the Studio for a library workspace
The workspace page shows important information on your workspace such as DataFlex version, location of configuration file as well as all the path information
The DataFlex page shows important information on the DataFlex version used in this workspace
You can compile your programs from within the Project Manager (DataFlex Studio license required of course and has to be installed).
The system signals different statuses using icons. The compiler button icon changes to show the running compiler and if an error is encountered the icon changes to signal errors found even before compiling finishes.
The icon on the project shows either a missing binary, compiling in progress, errors found during compile or a successful compile
Batch compiling allows you to compile all your projects with the single click of a button. When the compile is finished a quick look at the status images will show if all projects compiled successfully
Keep a collection of your global remote connections and also remote connections for specific customers/projects