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May 1, 2006
First public release of PostgreSQL Data Wizard
We are pleased to introduce our new tools family for PostgreSQL server administration and its first product - PostgreSQL Data Wizard, a powerful utility for managing your PostgreSQL data.
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Sep 1, 2005
New Version Format
We consider it necessary to inform you that the format of product release versions has been formalized.
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Aug 3, 2005
MySQL Maestro 5.8 (former version 1.95) released
The support of triggers implemented in MySQL 5.0.10 is added to MySQL Maestro.
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Apr 28, 2005
MySQL Maestro 5.4 (former version 1.9) released
Now our software supports all the latest MySQL features.
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Dec 17, 2004
MySQL Maestro 4.12 (former version 1.8) released
Support of aliases in SQL Editor and Visual Query Builder, some interface improvements and more.
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Oct 15, 2004
MySQL Maestro 4.10 (former version 1.7) released
French and Italian localizations, an apportunity of translation to any other language, auto linking tables in Query Builder, improved Data Grid, and some other things.
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Aug 25, 2004
MySQL Maestro 4.8 (former version 1.6) released
The support of views implemented in MySQL 5.0.1 is added to MySQL Maestro.
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Jul 27, 2004
MySQL Service Center 4.7 (former version 1.2) released
We have implemented the support of SSH tunnel for remote MySQL connections.
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Jul 20, 2004
MySQL Data Wizard 4.7 (former version 1.3) released
The support of SSH tunnelling is added to all the modules of MySQL Data Wizard.
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Jul 12, 2004
MySQL Maestro 4.7 (former version 1.5) released
We have implemented a possibility to connect to a remote MySQL server through the Secure SHell (SSH) tunnel.
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