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QueryDesigner

QueryDesigner is a visual tool, written in Java, designed specifically to help non computer scientists build interfaces to relational databases. Its point-and-click interface makes it fast and easy to build a Web-based interface, even for those who aren't familiar with HTML (the Web's "language") or SQL (Structure Query Language, the industry-wide standard for accessing databases). Moreover, the interface developer doesn't need to understand in advance how the database is structured or what type of database management software it uses. QueryDesigner works with JDBC-compliant databases and is location independent.

For additional information, see http://www.nacse.org/qd. A walk-through demonstration is at http://www.nacse.org/qd/walk-through/.

[NPACI Roadmap]
[AppLeS] [ATLAS] [HyperSQL] [KeLP] [LAPACK]
[Legion] [Metadata browser] [NetSolve] [Planguages]
[QueryDesigner] [QML] [ScaLAPACK]

Last modified: Thu Jan 21 14:33:09 1999