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Our Java development team use Eclipse 3.6 (with several plugins : commercial, free plugins and home made). We are mainly interested in pureQuery development. Are the necessary tools available outside DataStudio ? As Eclipse plugins for instance ?
Updated on 2012-08-21T08:18:47Z at 2012-08-21T08:18:47Z by VNQB_Jean-Francois_Contour
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK90 Posts
Re: pureQuery API support without DataStudio ?2012-08-14T21:59:46ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
The pureQuery development features are integrated with IBM Data Studio.
IBM Data Studio is a fully licensed product available at no charge and with no time
restrictions and Data Studio v3.1.1 is based on Eclipse 3.6.x.
To download Data Studio, see IBM Data Studio: Available at no charge
From What's New in IBM Data Studio Version 3.1.x
Client platform enhancements
Updated the Eclipse platform to enable shell sharing with other products based
on Eclipse 3.6.x including IBM Rational Software Architect Version 8.x, Rational
Application Developer Version 8.x, Rational Developer for System z Version 8.x,
and InfoSphere Data Architect Version 8.1
I hope this helps.
Re: pureQuery API support without DataStudio ?2012-08-16T12:19:12ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Thanks for this answer,
I understand IBM does not provide any PureQuery API support outside Data Studio. Is it possible to have a list of feature/plugins that provide the pureQuery support for Eclipse (in order to export these features/plugins into our Eclipse stack) ?
JM3C_Tony_Leung 060000JM3C1 Post
Re: pureQuery API support without DataStudio ?2012-08-20T17:47:43ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- VNQB_Jean-Francois_Contour 060000VNQB
Thank you for your interest in PureQuery and Data Studio.
Re: pureQuery API support without DataStudio ?2012-08-21T08:18:47ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Thank you for answering, but I don't think shell sharing will help us in our aim to manage our Eclipse environment with the minimum dependencies against tool editors like IBM. It will save us space on our hard drive but I think, at the cost of unecessary dependencies. For instance, this would probably delay an Eclipse upgrade to version 4.2