Release Notes: The ability to locate SQL script errors was added. Java 7 is now supported on Mac OS X,. Database type is now auto-detected. Native explain plan support was provided for PostgreSQL. The on-line documentation is now organized after how you work, not how DbVisualizer is structured. Version control and upgrading is done from inside DbVisualizer - you request trial licenses, get prompted when new versions are available, and are notified when your license is about to run out.
Release Notes: Opening a .sql file in the finder now opens it in a new editor in DbVisualizer. Support for Informix 11.5 was added. IDENTITY, ENUM, and SET columns are now supported in create/alter table. Automatic upgrade of bundled JDBC drivers was implemented. A new PDF viewer was included. Support for configuring grid colors was added. Copy and paste and drag and drop of binary/BLOB data is now supported. A new “Find Column” feature was added. Sorting was improved.
Release Notes: This release has a new visual Query Builder, support for the JavaDB/Derby database, a new permission verifier, generates create DDL for tables and views, and a lot more.
Release Notes: A Table Data Import feature was added. The Export feature now supports settings being saved between sessions. The Plug-in Framework section in the users guide explains how to extend the visualization support. A Connection Wizard was added, which ease the process of getting connected with a database.
Release Notes: This version includes support for Auto Completion, Java 5, Quick Filter, and Column Visibility, plus many other enhancements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release now features support to browse stored procedures, functions, triggers, views, and their source. In addition it is possible to explore users, groups, roles, statistics, and storage, etc.
Release Notes: This release is based on the yFiles software from yWorks for the reverse engineering graphs of referential integrity rules. It adds a new default look and feel in Alloy from INCORS, official Mac OS X support, and a lot of enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Inline and form based editing is now supported. You can connect to the database via JNDI. There are SQL editor enhancements and much more.
Release Notes: New charting and filtering features were added.
Release Notes: The SQL Bookmark management was completely redesigned. Support for JDBC Catalogs (i.e. "Databases") was added. SQL statements can now be exported to and imported from a file. Window positions and sizes are now stored between invocations.