Updates to Python, also minor fixes for Windows, and reported annoyances. This is a fix release to the recently released Valentina 14.

Windows Products

All products upgraded from using Python 3.11 to Python 3.12 to address specific issues on the Windows platform.

Valentina Studio 14.1.2

Valentina Studio is the free, all purpose database management and forms client tool. Valentina Studio Pro combines database management with diagramming, forms creation, reporting and database continuous integration. Available on Windows, Linux and macOS. Valentina Studio Pro 14.1.2 improves:

  • [Imp] When the registration dialog appears, the tips dialog is not automatically displayed

Valentina Studio 14.1.2 for Windows, macOS and Linux is licensed but free. Valentina Studio Pro is $199 per OS license and includes 12 months of free updates. Valentina Studio UNIVERSAL 14.1.2 is a single license that works on all three operating systems and licensed on a user basis.

ValentinaDB 14.1.2

Valentina DB is Paradigma Software advanced, object relational database and available in Valentina DB Server (a part of Valentina Server) and ValentinaDB ADKs (developer components for adding runtime database support to applications).

  • [Fix][Win32] Issue on catching errors from no-SQL Stored Procedures

Valentina 14.1.2 products are immediately available for download from the Paradigma Software website. You can also read the announcement on the Paradigma Software forum.

About Paradigma Software

Paradigma Software Incorporated was established in 1998 as an Oregon, USA based corporation. Paradigma Software launched its first product, the post-relational, columnar database technology Valentina, based on the groundbreaking work of Ruslan Zasukhin in advanced database research. Mr Zasukhin's research was to develop a database system that bypassed the severe constraints on traditional relational database systems as they grow in size and complexity. ValentinaDB maximizes available resources by making data based tasks extremely fast and efficient. Since then, it launched a suite of developer tools that include support for most popular database management systems, reporting and visual forms.