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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / MySQL Data Wizard 1.3 released

MySQL Data Wizard 4.7 (former version 1.3) released

Jul 20, 2004

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In this version we have implemented the support of a secure protocol for connections to a remote MySQL server. The secure connection can be established through the Secure SHell (SSH) tunnel, which is considered as one of the safest ways to communicate with remote servers over the Internet. Now each wizard within the software has its own extended connection properties, which allow you to connect to a remote MySQL server through the SSH tunnel.

Also we have improved MySQL Data Wizard with several new features and fixed minor bugs:

  • PHP Generator Wizard now has an additional security option to generate the script with or without a possibility of session logout;
  • the "Include relative path in links" option allows you to specify the way of link generation for target scripts in the PHP Generator Wizard;
  • several small improvements for better code generation were made in the PHP Generator Wizard;
  • passwords were loaded from wizard templates incorrectly in some cases. Now it is fixed.

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