comparison of SQL Logger Plugin to IndigoSqlClient
I got a little surprise the other day when I updated to 5.1.2 and my scripts based on output from IndigoSqlClient stopped working. I don't anticipate fixing those scripts will be a problem. I just have to find time to reacquaint myself with them (wrote them so long ago) and do it.
I am curious, now that I can no longer see the options for IndigoSqlClient in the Indigo, what the differences between its capabilities were compared to those of the SQL Logger Plugin. What improvements, besides using the new plug-in architecture, does it bring to the table over the IndigoSqlClient?
Is it mainly the ability to auto-prune old data? I can't recall if that was or wasn't a feature of IndigoSqlClient.
In fact, I can't recall even setting options for IndigoSqlClient it was so long ago that I began using it.
Thanks - Mike