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FlowHeater V3 Designer

Easily Transport and Convert Data

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Platforms: Windows 2000, 2003 Server, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 2008 Server, 2012 Server (32 and 64 bit)
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It feels like it should be a simple thing to transport data from one place to another, with a conversion along the way. And yet, time after time, software applications want you to jump through complex configuration hoops that take up valuable time and effort. That’s why you need to know about today’s discount software promotion, FlowHeater V3 Designer!

FlowHeater V3 Designer is a simple, yet powerful tool to import, export, and dynamically convert data. With FlowHeater V3 Designer, there’s no required setup, or even installation! Just unzip the archive and FlowHeater V3 Designer is ready to go!

Just a quick peek at the examples that are included with FlowHeater V3 Designer, and you’ll be set to start your own complex transformations as you import and export data. A simple and intuitive graphical interface lets you define the modifications that are specific to each data target. That’s it, that’s all – no programming needed!

This promotion includes the following:
Software FlowHeater Designer Version 3.x ($89)
Software FlowHeater Designer+Batch Version 3.x ($198)
Software FlowHeater Designer+Batch (Company License) Version 3.x ($789)

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Mark Johnson For use with Sql Server, your website states that the product supports:
"SQLServer versions 7.0, 2000, 2005, MSDE, SQL 2005 Express Edition, 2008 and SQL 2008 Express Edition"

What about versions 2008R2, 2012, and 2014?

Many companies have moved past version 2008 a number of years ago. I realize the product offers ODBC support, but the sql native client is far superior in performance. Since I would be using a tool like FlowHeater to import millions of records at a time the performance is very important.

Also.... how does the product handle bad data? If there are a handful of invalid records mixed in with millions of valid records, what happens with the import?

One more... On March 31 I asked about an XML adapter, and received the response,
"A first version of a native XML Adapter for Version 3.x is planned for end of Mai."

I don't see an XML adapter listed on your website yet?
Jul 30 2014 at 3:05am Copy Link
Robert Stark Hi Mark,

FlowHeater supports of course all SQL Server Version up to 2014. The performance is really high and FlowHeater has no problems with import/exports of millions of rows. I will fix our website content quickly, Thanks for the notice.

Handling of bad data: There are a lot of ways to handle them. You can build IF-THEN-ELSE conditions to check your data. For example you can filter out them while importing, or you switch the content to another default content, and so on. The solution depends on your purpose.

About XML Adapter you’re right. Currently no XML Adapter available. The reason why is; XML can be very complex and the XML Adapter isn’t finished yet and tested enough. By the moment I can’t say a new release date but we’re working hard for it.
FlowHeater GmbH - Jul 30 2014 at 4:38am Copy Link
Michael R. Will the XML-extention part of v3 too or will an non-free upgrade be necessary?
Jul 31 2014 at 12:19am Copy Link
Robert Stark Hi Michael,

I’m afraid I can’t say the XML Adapter will be free or not. Currently there is no new major release (V4) planned till end of this year.
FlowHeater GmbH - Jul 31 2014 at 2:20am Copy Link
R. G. Hi Robert,
Is there a possibility of contacting you via email to ask a question? I have a different kind of scenario that is probably best explained with screenshots (mysql export from a CMS to another CMS directly or via csv) and I wonder if FlowHeater helps simplify or solve it for me.
Jul 31 2014 at 9:20am Copy Link
Robert Stark Yes, of course. Please use the contact email you’ll find on your website:
FlowHeater GmbH - Jul 31 2014 at 9:51am Copy Link
R. G. I sent en email. If time allows please have a look, thank you.
Jul 31 2014 at 10:19am Copy Link

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