MySQL Workbench 5.2.38

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GPL
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March 21st, 2012

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MySQL Workbench 5.2.38 Description

MySQL Workbench 5.2.38 is regarded as a convenient as well as simple to use tool which provides DBAs and developers an integrated tools environment for:

  • Database Design & Modeling
  • SQL Development (replacing MySQL Query Browser)
  • Database Administration (replacing MySQL Administrator)
  • The Community (OSS) Edition is available from this page under the GPL.
MySQL Workbench provides three main areas of functionality:
  • SQL Development: Enables you to create and manage connections to database servers. As well as enabling you to configure connection parameters, MySQL Workbench provides the capability to execute SQL queries on the database connections using the built-in SQL Editor. This functionality replaces that previously provided by the Query Browser standalone application.
  • Data Modeling: Enables you to create models of your database schema graphically, reverse and forward engineer between a schema and a live database, and edit all aspects of your database using the comprehensive Table Editor. The Table Editor provides easy-to-use facilities for editing Tables, Columns, Indexes, Triggers, Partitioning, Options, Inserts and Privileges, Routines and Views.
  • Server Administration: Enables you to create and administer server instances.
Enhancements:
  • Functionality Added or Changed:
    • The width of the "Reference column" drop-down selector is now set to the widest entry. (Bug #53278, Bug #11760835)
  • Bugs Fixed:
    • On Linux, the result set window would not display properly. (Bug #13615255)
    • Comments that spanned multiple lines and included stored procedures with comments that were surrounded by conditional comments would not be handled properly, as MySQL Workbench would end the outer comment unconditionally when the first inner comment was finished. (Bug #13490118)
    • On Linux, MySQL Workbench .mwb files would be detected as Zip files. (Bug #13466584)
    • On Microsoft Windows with the "classic mode" theme set, MySQL Workbench buttons were difficult to read. (Bug #13470583)
    • Generating a DBDoc report with both HTML Detailed Frames and Include DDL code for objects enabled would cause MySQL Workbench to stall. (Bug #13471637)
    • The SQL Editor Execute the Explain Command... feature did not function properly, and would return zero results. (Bug #13466571)
    • The Plugins, Utilities, Execute Query Into Text Output feature would duplicate the first column, and fill it with NULL values. (Bug #13470770)
    • Scripting Shell would fail to continue running after a breakpoint. Clicking Execute Script after a breakpoint now continues execution of the script. (Bug #13470397)
    • The Scripting shell window lost focus after opening and closing a tab. (Bug #13470451)
    • For Microsoft Windows, the Download Prerequisites link within the MySQL Workbench installer now directly links to the prerequisites manual page. (Bug #13448582)
    • Using the Open Connection to Start Querying dialog with a new (not stored) connection would cause MySQL Workbench to crash. (Bug #13028855)
    • On Linux, while saving a new model with a note, the Save to File dialogue would not prompt to name the file. (Bug #12933345)
    • It was possible for MySQL Workbench to generate a pop-up window underneath a different pop-up window, thus requiring a restart of MySQL Workbench when the bottom pop-up was required to be closed first. (Bug #12927510)
    • Dumping a schema via the Data export and restore option now prompts for a correct password, as needed. Before it would simply fail to export. (Bug #12903967)
    • The editor tabs would not update after a user was added. (Bug #12884776)
    • Under the File menu, using the Print to PDF... and Print to PS File... options for a model would crash MySQL Workbench. (Bug #12884845)
    • On Linux, the Object Info panel within the SQL editor would not show information about the object, and would instead remain empty. (Bug #63960, Bug #13608228)
    • On Linux and Mac OS X, the Replace All search feature would hang, and not function properly. (Bug #63764, Bug #13520443)
    • Query, Commit Result Edits and Query, Discard Result Edits could result in "Unrecognized command" errors, and not function properly. (Bug #63744, Bug #13511195)
    • On Microsoft Windows, tab titles were difficult to read on systems with dark backgrounds. (Bug #63715, Bug #13500349)
    • The search box within the MySQL Workbench toolbar did not perform searches. (Bug #61825, Bug #12757354)
    • On Microsoft Windows, the Open in viewer menu could be blank while viewing results. (Bug #63873, Bug #13548115)
    • Closing a tab could result in an unhandled exception. (Bug #64152, Bug #13655860)
    • Choosing the Open value in Editor option would scroll the result set to the top. Selecting this option no longer refreshes the results, so the selected row remains intact. (Bug #63860, Bug #13539049)
    • Executing a query after reordering multiple editor tabs would make the inactive editor tab active, and execute that query. (Bug #63866, Bug #13542154)
    • On Microsoft Windows, changing or deleting a row or column within a model, could cause a crash. (Bug #63056, Bug #13344572)
    • The object editor could leak memory and crash MySQL Workbench while handling notifications. (Bug #63025, Bug #13492608)
    • MySQL Workbench would highlight the MySQL 5.6 reserved words name, type, and types. (Bug #62775, Bug #13252599)
    • Clicking the foreign keys tab within the Alter table context could crash MySQL Workbench. (Bug #63050, Bug #13492730)
    • Recovery of the last state using either the Auto-save feature, or the Save snapshot of open editors on close option, would sometimes load improperly by creating an empty schema and/or crash while closing opened SQL editor tabs. (Bug #61950, Bug #12917371)
    • Exporting a model to a CSV file could crash MySQL Workbench. (Bug #63883, Bug #13685708)
    • Double-clicking on a table within the EER diagram editor would sometimes crash MySQL Workbench. (Bug #62451, Bug #13014823)
    • Selecting and editing multiple indexes or foreign keys would crash MySQL Workbench. (Bug #61863, Bug #62057, Bug #12757370, Bug #13013715)
    • On Mac OS X 10.7+, the "Open File" panel would attempt to show hidden files, which would fail and cause no files to be shown. MySQL Workbench no longer attempts to display hidden files on Mac OS X. (Bug #62172, Bug #12912085)
    • Pressing the Control + Enter key combination within the SQL editor would generate a recoverable error. (Bug #62169, Bug #12927292)
    • The main schema information found within the object browser now updates after a table is altered, and collapses the expanded details. And selecting an object now reloads the data, which means the current (altered) data is displayed. (Bug #63828, Bug #13538990)
    • MySQL Workbench would not work with paramiko 1.7+. (Bug #63750, Bug #13519860)
    • MySQL Workbench did not test for and use the gl.pc pkgconfig files if present, to determine the location of GL/{gl,glx}.h and libGL.so. (Bug #63818, Bug #13538964)
    • MySQL Workbench would fail to compile under certain PCRE setups, like when pcre.h existed within /usr/include/pcre/. (Bug #63819, Bug #13538971)
    • Moving the placeholder row (an empty row) around within the table editor would crash MySQL Workbench. The placeholder row can no longer be moved. (Bug #64122, Bug #13629953)
    • Choosing the Close All But This option within the routines manager would freeze MySQL Workbench. (Bug #64133, Bug #13630602)
Requirements:
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
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