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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / PHP Generator family updated to version 9 12

PHP Generator family updated to version 9.12

Dec 15, 2009

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SQL Maestro Group is happy to announce the release of PHP Generator 9.12, a GUI frontend that allows you to generate high-quality PHP scripts for the selected tables, views and queries for the further working with these objects through the web. There are versions for MySQL, MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQLite, Firebird, DB2, SQL Anywhere and MaxDB.

Starting with this version PHP Generator comes in Freeware and Professional editions. Also now it is possible to see all the software features in action on the demo website.

Top 10 new features:

Also starting with this version it is possible to connect to a remote server via SSH tunnel using a key-based authentication (in addition to the password-based authentication supported in the previous versions). To establish a remote connection in this way, you have to provide a private key (either in ssh.com or OpenSSH formats) and (optionally) a passphrase.

This version also introduces support for both SSH-1 and SSH-2 protocols (whereas all the previous versions supported only SSH-1).

In addition to this, several bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements and corrections have been made. For more information about a specific tool see the appropriate page:

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