I notice you now have support for SQL Server. I also notice that there were 113 hits on my first post asking about when support would be for Postgres and 142 hits on availability to test this with MySQL. There were no posts that I saw looking for SQL Server support.
Your product isn’t free, so even those using open source databases need to pay for it. So why not support people who show active interest in testing this release with their database systems instead of supporting a database system that no-one has shown an interest in? After all, those showing interest are more likely to buy your product than non-existent people. Is Oracle squeezing you not to support the open source databases? Not being nasty, just curious given the apparent interest in open source dbms systems versus you next choice in feature support.
BTW, this is my first visit in about 1.5 months as you mentioned you needed time to work on the Postgres scripts. So I no I at least have not artificially pumped up the number of hits on my post.
Glad to see your testing is going well. You do seem to have a good product. Don’t forget about those of us who show interest in it and a willingness to buy it if it supported our systems. And if it works well with our systems. Something that won’t happen if it isn’t tested.
I’ll check back in another month and a half.