Release Notes: Diagram images now remain centered during zoom in and zoom out operations. An issue where focus and caret positions were not maintained during save operations by some text panels was fixed. Memory management has been improved.
Release Notes: This release contains several significant improvements to the user interface and enhancements to the forward and reverse engineer functionality. On the user interface side, a new icon set is now being used. The view, procedure, and trigger edit panels have been improved. Reverse and forward engineering have been enhanced by adding support for several new SQL Server specific data types. Support was added for foreign key on update and on delete actions for both MySQL and SQL Server.
Release Notes: This release focused on fixing several outstanding bugs and improving the graphical user interface. The layout and appearance of several edit panels was improved. Improvements were also made to the procedure edit panel. The HTML database documentation generated was further refined. Several user interface specific bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release focused on improving the layout and display of the database documentation HTML generated by DbWrench. Users can now disable or enable filtering of the server connections list in the Forward Engineer panel. Several changes were made to the About and Runtime Information screens.
Release Notes: This release includes numerous enhancements to the diagram panel. The navigator panel now updates in sync whenever the main diagram is scrolled or glyphs are auto-located. Selecting a foreign key link in the diagram also highlights the columns used in the foreign key. In addition, several improvements have been made to the forward engineer script generation algorithms and reverse synchronize.
Release Notes: This release features several enhancements. The navigator panel has now been integrated into the Database Explorer window. This improvement should make navigating large diagrams easier. Support has been added for MySQL views. Several Forward Engineer related issues have been addressed. As well, there have been several improvements to the user interface to improve responsiveness.
Release Notes: DbWrench now supports more data types. Users can now use Preferences to disable data types that they don't use and enable those that they do. This release supports Java Runtime Environment 1.6. A new Windows XP look and feel is now available for users running that operating system. Several improvements and fixes for Forward Engineer script generation were also completed.
Release Notes: The main enhancement in this release was the addition of a Navigator panel. This panel should allow users to more easily navigate and view larger diagrams. Several improvements were made to forward engineer script generation.
Release Notes: This release focused on improving current functionality. The first area of improvement was column templates, making them easier to use and edit. There is no longer a limit on the number of templates. The second area of improvement was the Reverse Engineering and the Reverse Synchronization of PostgreSQL functions. The user interfaces of several other panels have been improved as well.
Release Notes: This release features two significant enhancements. The first of these enhancements is support for database schemas. All aspects of DbWrench now support schemas. The second major enhancement is the Reverse Synchronize feature. This feature allows users to synchronize changes made directly on the database server back into the DbWrench design. As well, there have been other improvements in performance and usability.