Archive for the ‘PrimalSQL’ Category


 

It’s All New!

Monday, April 18th, 2011 by Ferdinand Rios
Its spring and everything is new again. And that includes everything at SAPIEN. Exactly what is new at SAPIEN? Well let me tell you... 1) New software - Check out the totally awesome 2011 update to PrimalScript and the mind blowing 2011 update to PrimalForms. These two products are the most powerful in their class. Heck, these guys are in a class of their own! Add to that wicked cool updates to PrimalXML and PrimalSQL. And, wait for it... stay tuned for a killer update to ChangeVue coming later in 2011. 2) New Book - Managing Active Directory with Windows…   More »

PrimalScript Universal Blowout Sale!

Monday, February 7th, 2011 by Ferdinand Rios
For the month of February, Scriptingoutpost.com is offering #PrimalScript 2009 Universal for the unheard of price of only $500. PrimalScript Universal includes EVERY SAPIEN software product, EVERY one of our e-books and EVERY one of our training videos plus additional materials. This is a $1500+ value if purchased individually. And YES, this includes a free upgrade to the 2011 versions of the software when available. Take advantage of this offer TODAY as it is good only as long as supplies last. Click here to order NOW.…   More »

Feature Peek 2011: PrimalSQL – Exporting PowerShell GUIs

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 by David Corrales
Similar to PrimalForms 2011, PrimalSQL 2011 will allow you to export PowerShell GUI scripts that run your queries. Simply design your query in PrimalSQL’s Query builder and press the “Export Query Form” button. (Fig 1: Export the Query into a PowerShell GUI) PrimalSQL 2011 will then generate a PowerShell script (ps1) or a PrimalForms Form (pff)  depending on the option you select. (Fig 2: Select PS1 Script or PrimalForms File) And finally you can edit and run the script in your favorite PowerShell editor: (Fig 2: Running the PowerShell Query GUI in PrimalForms 2011)…   More »

Connecting PrimalSQL to MySQL 5.1

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 by Ferdinand Rios
Many organizations use MySQL as the back end database to their web sites and other infrastructure operations. While MySQL offers its own set of GUI too for database management, using a generic database tool like PrimalSQL has several advantages, especially when operating in a mixed database environment. It is fairly simple to connect PrimalSQL to your MySQL 5.1 database. Follow the outlined steps below and you will be connected in no time! 1) Presumably you have a MySQL 5.1 database installed either locally or on a server somewhere. If you want to test this on a new installation, you can…   More »