28 May 2020
- The SQL editor menu item “Query | Recall SQL from command history” allows you to retrieve a SQL statement from the history of up to 1,000 most recently executed SQL commands. As of KeepTool 14.1.5, the history includes both SQL statements executed explicitly on the SQL page, as well as SQL statements executed implicitly by Hora’s context menu dialogs. As a rule, all commands that can be displayed in the SQL preview dialog are now collected in the SQL history, additionally.
- The SQL page comes up with a couple of configurable SQL root entries from different file locations including network folders, maybe. Up to now, an unavailable network location could take some time until the operating system responds, delaying the startup of the SQL page. The latest KeepTool release initializes now each root entry in its own thread thus showing the SQL page much faster.
- Application CPU usage has been optimized.
- KeepTool 14.1.5 setup installs the latest Wibu CodeMeter runtime version 7.00b
It is recommended to update the CodeMeter runtime on your network license server as well. Therefore, download the runtime setup from https://www.wibu.com/support/user/user-software.html .