Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Stonefield Query for GoldMine Version 3.3

We released version 3.3 of Stonefield Query for GoldMine today. The list of new and enhanced features in version 3.3 is extensive; see the online help for complete details. Here are the major new features.

Report Designer

  • The new Formula Editor allows you to create your own formulas without using the Advanced Report Designer or customizing the data dictionary.
  • The new Show percentage of total option in the Format page of the Field Properties dialog automatically adds a new column to the report showing the percentage that the field is of the subtotal in detail lines, of the next level of grouping in subgroup footers, and of the grand total for group footers.
  • Turn on the new Show totals in group headers option in Step 5 of the Quick Report Wizard and the Options page of the Reports Explorer to display group totals in the group header rather than the group footer.
  • Stonefield Query now supports Crystal Reports reports. You can add them to Stonefield Query using the External Report Wizard.
  • The Preview window is no longer modal, meaning you can open multiple instances. Also, the new Preview reports in tabbed pages setting in the Options dialog allows you to determine whether different preview windows are used when you run more than one report or whether the reports appear as different tabs in the same preview window.
  • There are several new output options available. You can specify that a timestamp is added to the file created to prevent overwriting existing files, that the file emailed to someone shouldn't be deleted after the email is sent, and what filename to use for the emailed file.
  • Previous versions of Stonefield Query create a report as a PDF file when emailing the report to someone. You can now specify the type of file used as an attachment.
  • You can now specify that each group in a report should be output to a separate file or email and that the email address should come from a field in the report itself. This can be used, for example, to email invoices to customers; the report is grouped by customer name and includes the customer's email address, so each customer's records are emailed to them.
  • You can now sort fields in database order or alphabetical order in Step 2 of the report wizards.
  • You can now tell Stonefield Query to display in the Tables drop-down list only those tables related to tables already appearing in the selected list.
  • Reports are now stored as export files with an SFX extension in a folder structure that exactly matches the folders in the Reports Explorer.
  • The new Send summary queries to database engine setting in the Options dialog allows you to specify whether Stonefield Query or the database engine does data summarization. This may significantly improve the performance of certain types of reports.
  • The new Run report with no records option in Step 5 of the report wizards and the Options page in the Reports Explorer allows you to run a report when there are no records that match your conditions.
  • Stonefield Query for GoldMine now supports GoldMine version 8.5. GoldMine 8.5 has a new format for storing notes fields in the database, and allows 12 details fields rather than 8 as in previous versions. These changes are supported in Query.
  • New Notes Including Email fields are available in the Calendar, History, and Combined Pending and History tables.


Unknown said...

Can we use this product to migrate from goldMine to

Here, at we are leaving GoldMine.

Rob Eisler said...


Stonefield Query for GoldMine can output data in a variety of file types. I am not familiar with the import tools that are available in SalesForce, but it's likely that it would be able to import from one or more of the file types that Query can produce.

Information about Query's output options is given in the Query help file. The help file is available online at:

The specific topic for the output options is available at:

Please let us know if you have any questions.


- Rob