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SQL Maestro for MySQL 9.9 released

Sep 24, 2009

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SQL Maestro for MySQL

SQL Maestro Group is happy to announce the release of SQL Maestro for MySQL 9.9, a powerful Windows GUI solution for MySQL administration and database development.

Please consider the list of new features implemented in this version since the last official release:

Database profile management extensions:

  • Starting with this version it is possible to reorder servers in the Explorer Tree as well as reorder databases from the same server. You can also sort servers and databases in an alphabetical order.
  • Now all the database profiles related to the same server may be deleted at once.
  • The Rename Database Profile command has been added to the popup menu. Use this command to rename a profile without opening its editor.

Data management tools updates:

  • Data Export wizard has been significantly improved:
    • Now you can select the result file encoding (ANSI, UTF8, UTF16, UTF32, OEM, and Mac).
    • Support for Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Word 2007, OpenDocument Spreadsheed, and OpenDocument Text file formats has been implemented.
    • The wizard has been completely redesigned to improve the look and feel and increase the usability. In particular, the export process now can be started at any step of the wizard.
  • Data Import wizard has been significantly updated too:
    • Now you can import data from Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and Microsoft Office Access 2007 file formats along with Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003, Microsoft Office Access, CSV, DBF, and Text files supported in the previous versions.
    • Starting with this version you can import Text and CSV data files stored in different encodings.
    • Now it is possible to empty the target table as well as execute custom SQL scripts before and after import.
    • The wizard has been completely redesigned to improve the look and feel and increase the usability.

Other new features:

  • Visual Query Builder now supports cross-database queries (i.e. queries based on tables from different databases).
  • Data Grid features the following things:
    • Multi-column sorting has been implemented. To sort data on multiple columns, use the Advanced sort command from the grid's header popup menu.

      Multi-column sortingPicture 1. Data Grid: multiple column sorting

    • Now you can fix grid columns to view them permanently when working with other grid data. To fix a column, choose the corresponding item from the grid's header popup menu.

      Fixed columnsPicture 2. Data Grid: fixed columns

    • Starting with this version the number of grouped records is displayed for the group's header.

      Number of grouped recordsPicture 3. Data Grid: number of grouped records

  • SQL Editor: the Go to Line command has been added to the popup menu (Ctrl+G shortcut). Also field data types are now displayed in the Code completion window.

    Code completionPicture 4. SQL Editor: code completion

  • BLOB Viewer: Unicode support has been added to the Non-BLOB data grid.

    BLOB ViewerPicture 5. BLOB Viewer: Non-BLOB data

  • BLOB Viewer/Editor: starting with this version it's possible to customize PHP syntax highlighting for the text representation of BLOBs.
  • Get SQL Dump: now you can specify the encoding on the generating dump to a file.
  • Database Designer: a possibility to select objects with Ctrl has been implemented.

In addition to this, several bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements and corrections have been made.

Related links:

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