Waves in Motion has released
Analyzer 3.0, a brand-new database analysis tool designed to take the guesswork out of building and documenting FileMaker Pro solutions.
Completely rewritten to take advantage of FileMaker’s new database design report, Analyzer 3.0 lets developers find and cross-reference any element in their database and works with Mac OS 9.x and Mac OS X, according to Vincenzo Menanno, president of Waves in Motion.
Analyzer pinpoints common database problems with its automatic problem detection system with red dot alerts showing missing items, broken relationships, broken value lists, missing scripts and more, Menanno said. The product provides all dependencies for fields, layouts and buttons on layouts, relationships, scripts and script steps, value lists and passwords. With expanded hotlinking capabilities, users can jump to information about a referenced item with a single click and work across databases in both directions.
Analyzer 3.0 comes with multiple solutions and multiple analysis support. It quickly documents all your solutions, even multiple times and stores information in one convenient place. Add comments and notes to any element in the database and create difference reports to track changes over time. Users can also generate summarized or detailed reports for printing or exporting in HTML and XML for online documentation.
“Analyzer 3.0 is completely new,” said Geoff Coffey, chief developer for Waves in Motion. “The only thing we haven’t changed is the name.”
Analyzer 3.0 retails for US$289 for a full version with a single user license. Multi-platform licensing is available for $389. Volume and educational discounts are also available. For details, pricing information and to download a demo version of Analyzer 3.0, go to the
product Web site.