Oracle 12 Compatibility
Oracle 12 has some changes in it that doesn't allow for older versions of Suprtool to connect to
databases using the Oracle 12 client. Suprtool 5.7 Build 6 and higher now properly connects to Oracle
databases using the Oracle 12 client.
This impacts Itanium and Open versions of Suprtool.
Obfuscating Test Data (Follow-up)
In 2014, Robelle support was asked for a method to Obfiscate or make unreadable some
test data. We came up with a method and documented it in
this HowDoI article.
Taking this article and the need for many of our customers needing to do this, we enhanced Suprtool to have a function that would translate characters in
such a way as to make such fields as the Company Name, First/Last name of people etc to be unreadable in a quick and easy manner. This is
intended for when you make copies of test data and want to make some of these fields unreadable.
So instead of using the Table and having define each field, you can now do the following:
Suprtool 5.7 Available
Suprtool 5.7 is available as the production release, you can read about the various enhancements and bug fixes in the various change notices.
Suprtool $-Function Definitions
We've grown the list of Suprtool if and extract functions so much over the years we are adding the
Suprtool Funtions List and Examples to the manual for Suprtool 5.7. Follow the link for the
first stab at documenting and providing examples of the various functions inside Suprtool.
June 2014 Newsletter
Read the latest newsletter for June 2014
Obfuscating Test Data
New HowDoI Article on
Obfuscation Test Data in byte Containers.
New HowDoI Article on
Normalizing Phone numbers in byte Containers.
Qedit for Windows 6.0 Available
Read What's New in Qedit for Windows 6.0 which is available for download and has been available for sometime.
Lot's of key bug fixes.
The Emulator Chronicles
Read about our initial experiences with the Freeware edition of the Charon HP/3000 emulator
and the meeting at the Computer History Museum put on by Stromasys.
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