Release Notes: This version focused mostly on various bugfixes and some enhancements. The most important enhancement is probably the option of having a diagram show only primary key and foreign key columns. The bugfixes focused on two primary areas: reverse engineering related bugs and obscure but serious run-time errors. Most of these run-time errors occurred when items were given ambiguous or duplicate names.
Release Notes: This major release features a completely new windowing and application infrastructure, which allows windows to be docked in any location and configuration. A completely new SQL editor featuring code completion, brace matching, line numbering, and other improvements is now used. The Mac look and feel is now used on Mac installations.
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: 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 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.
Release Notes: The performance of database analysis during forward engineer script generation has been greatly improved. New table and foreign key glyph highlighting make locating and distinguishing selected glyphs in diagrams easier. Users now have the option to execute forward engineer scripts within a transaction. There have been other improvements in memory consumption, GUI performance, and HTML database documentation.
Release Notes: Users can now set the diagram font size directly. In previous versions, the font size was fixed and users had to use the zoom feature to achieve a desired font size. This indirect method of controlling font size is no longer necessary. The automatic diagram layout algorithm has been significantly improved. Another major enhancement is that when a user selects a table or foreign key tree node, the diagram will automatically scroll to bring that item into view.
Release Notes: There were two major enhancments in this release. The first was to make the XML used to store design files more efficient. This makes the loading and saving of large design files faster. The second major enhancement was the implementation of a history log to track the rename of tables and columns. This history is used to generate rename DDL in forward engineer scripts. In addition, several usability enhancements were added to the graphical user interface.
Release Notes: Foreign keys now support more cardinalities. Support has been added for MySQL ENUM and unsigned datatypes. Table options can now be specified and are then appended to CREATE TABLE forward engineer scripts. The generated HTML database documentation has been improved.