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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / MySQL Service Center 1.2 released

MySQL Service Center 4.7 (former version 1.2) released

Jul 27, 2004

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In this version we have implemented the support of 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 most secure ways to communicate with remote servers over the Internet. Now it is possible to backup and maintain the remote MySQL databases using MySQL Service Center even if MySQL port is blocked at the remote server for security reasons.

Also we have fixed a few minor bugs and added small improvements:

  • we have added an ability to execute tasks by schedule eternally, i.e. without execution of count limit or end date;
  • in some cases, MySQL Service Center window did close even if Cancel was pushed in the exit confirmation dialog;
  • password settings for tasks could be stored incorrectly in some cases. It is fixed now.

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