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test database?

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Hi,

is there a sample db around for testing purposes? A big one, if possible?

Thanks ...
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yes please.
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Thanks a lot ... is there a reason why that 'alldata' view was removed? You don't need it any longer I suppose ...

I built a small report tool for my personal use, which is based on that view. Maybe you'd have a look:
http://www.andaro.ch/apps/mmrepo/

That one only works after I recreated the view, but I'm not sure if the underlying table data is still valid ...
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cool reports extension and i think you can try our new feature general report and you can build your own report with general report manager (GRM)
http://www.codelathe.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=16
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ccrider wrote:Thanks a lot ... is there a reason why that 'alldata' view was removed? You don't need it any longer I suppose ...

I built a small report tool for my personal use, which is based on that view. Maybe you'd have a look:
http://www.andaro.ch/apps/mmrepo/

That one only works after I recreated the view, but I'm not sure if the underlying table data is still valid ...
Actually it will be very appreciate if you can join us to develop your own customized reports via general report manager tool.
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nice tool.
But I doubt that users will trust this site their personal data.
At the same time, your experience may be relevant in creating local reports.
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Actually it will be very appreciate if you can join us to develop your own customized reports via general report manager tool.
My solution wasn't meant to be a collection of single reports, but it's creating SQL dynamically for a given set of dimensions.
Therefore it makes no sense to me to create all the possible combinations of Reports. I don't know how flexible this LUA scripting is, but I could see, that
you also use javascript in your report manager. I think HTML5 + javascript is much more suitable for building reporting screens.

I like much more the approach of implementing mongoose (or any other interface) to mmex database...

But I doubt that users will trust this site their personal data.
This solution was never meant to be used by more users than me. I totally agree, that nobody would upload his finance data to my server.
On the other side it's very easy to migrate the tool to a pure client side HTML application without having the need to upload data to the server. (or to a java applet)

There are also tools like this: http://www.tidesdk.org which convert html/javascript to mac, win or linux desktop apps. I tried it and it worked.
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mangoose and js already onboard. :)
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Re: test database?

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Mongoose ... I heard about it. That would be the best solution from my point of view.
Is there anywhere a complete src package around, including all dependent components and a project file for whatever IDE?
I'd really would like to have a quick view on the codebase without spending too much time doing config stuff ....
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