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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / MySQL Service Center 1.1 released

MySQL Service Center 4.6 (former version 1.1) released

Jun 4, 2004

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MySQL Service Center 4.6 is immediately available on the download area.

In this version we have implemented the scenario model ('scenario' is a set of several tasks united for sequential execution). Scenarios are useful if you want to execute or schedule several MySQL services, e.g. you want to check your database, optimize tables, and then backup data on a daily basis -- in this case you can create a single scenario instead of creating three separate tasks.

If you wish to add a scenario to the task list, you should have at least one task already added to the program.


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