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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / MySQL Data Wizard 1.2 released

MySQL Data Wizard 4.5 (former version 1.2) released

May 28, 2004

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MySQL Data Wizard 4.5 is ready for downloading.

In this version we have implemented a lot of security options for the PHP Generator Wizard. These options allow you to request user name and password when a user attempts to access your script or to execute some of the specific actions: detailed viewing, adding, editing, or deleting of a table/query row.

All the settings are available at the Security Options page. By default neither login nor password is required to access the generated script, however it is possible to use MySQL server security settings as well as specify a MySQL table to store the logins and passwords.


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