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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / MySQL Maestro 1.4 released

MySQL Maestro 4.5 (former version 1.4) released

May 28, 2004

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MySQL Maestro 4.5 released. Now it is possible to manage several table subobjects at once, e.g.

  • create/edit/drop all the indexes and foreign keys for a whole database. This feature is available in the Create Database Object dialog, which can be invoked from the Object menu;
  • drop several fields, indexes or foreign keys at a time for a table: just select required objects at the proper page of the Table Editor and simply press the Delete key;
  • copy several fields, indexes, or foreign keys from one table to another: you can do  it using standard Copy/Paste functions or by drag-n-drop between two instances of the Table Editor.

Several minor bugs were fixed:

  • there were some troubles with copying tables containing foreign keys from one database to another;
  • the Copy Database wizard did not copy tables with foreign keys properly in some cases. The "Disable foreign key checks" option was added to the final step of the wizard to avoid this problem;
  • the Windows -> Close All menu item did not closed all child windows in some cases;
  • the database explorer did not restore its width after sequential hiding and showing by its splitter.

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