by Project Collectio...
Oct 1, 2012
9:40 PM

Upgrade: New Version of LabDefaultTemplate.xaml. To upgrade your build definitions, please visit the following link:

by Project Collectio...
Oct 1, 2012
9:33 PM

Checked in by server upgrade

by WardYaternick
Jun 5, 2008
8:47 AM

This upload seems to contain all the other checkins from before. The dotnet and java versions seem to be merged, although the java is in its own java directory. I guess this is ok because if you are using Visual Studio, you can theoretically use it. If you are using netbeans 6, you can also use it.

This upload also contains the following new classes that is a start to removing the dependency on the commercial version of nextanalytics. This commercial version is available for development use to developers for free from

The newly added classes are:


If you study the code-behind pages for the ASPX, and the java modules, you will see that those c# and java modules make reference to classes by this name in the commercial product.

Now, with this upload, you can refer to *these* open source ones instead (of the commercial ones!).

These classes currently allow you to connect to an ODBC driver and run a SQL command. Your SQL should conformed to the syntax of prescribed by the nextanalytics commerical product. If you do this, your Open Source user interface code should run fine without using the commercial product.

This is a big step towards removing the dependency on the commercial product and the open source version of these classes can take on a life and direction of their own.

But, a caution: This is not a tool for end users. This is still very much an upload for programmers to work with.

by WardYaternick
May 20, 2008
3:22 PM

This is the open source java. It's not the same as the dotnet software but it functionally does pretty much the same thing. This version of the software currently interacts with software from You can get this for free if you are using it for development purposes. Since it is open source, you can modify it to connect to a different product if you want.

by WardYaternick
May 20, 2008
11:17 AM

This is the second upload (Upload). It's a superset of what was in the Initial Load. It will load into a Visual Studio 2008 project if you add it to a directory. You will need to manually create a Bin directory. If you plan to use it as-is, then you must download the commercial dot net product from and follow the installation instructions there. The cost for a developer license of that commercial product is free. Otherwise, the code in this release is yours to use as per the license. You can change it to not have a dependency on that commercial license.

by WardYaternick
May 17, 2008
9:07 AM

Initial Upload

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