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SQLyog

SQLyog is a powerful MySQL manager and admin tool, combining the features of MySQL Query Browser, Administrator, phpMyAdmin, and various other MySQL front ends and MySQL GUI tools in a single intuitive interface.

Recent releases

  •  13 Jun 2011 07:07

    Release Notes: An option was added to "Search Data" in a database or a table. Just enter any string and click on "search" to find the string using same logic as Internet search engines. Regular expressions may also be used for complex searches. Quite a lot of dialogs have been made resizable. When using the option to define a display color for a connection, the background color and the foreground color can now be defined independently.

    •  14 Apr 2011 06:51

      Release Notes: An option was added to GRID and FORM views to look up or search valid values for columns having Foreign Key CONSTRAINTS. In CSV exports, NULL values can now be displayed as a user-specified string. An option was provided for automatically adding ‘child’ tables to selected tables in Schema Designer and Query builder. A "Change Background Color" option was added to the Edit menu. A foreground text display color that contrasts with a defined background color is now automatically provided . The visual effects of tabs have been improved with continued scrolling support..

      •  15 Mar 2011 07:10

        Release Notes: An option was added to the GRID and FORM views for looking up or searching valid values for columns having Foreign Key CONSTRAINTS. A ‘Search Data’ option was added for databases or tables. Just enter any string, perform the search, and tables with all matches can be accessed – even for UPDATE – with a single click. In CSV exports, NULL values can now be written as a user-specified string. An option was added for automatically adding ‘child’ tables to selected tables in Schema Designer. A “Change Background Color” option was added to the Edit menu.

        •  15 Mar 2011 07:06

          Release Notes: An issue where exporting could fail with the PAD_CHAR_TO_FULL_LENGTH sql_mode (introduced in MySQL 5.1.20) set globally was fixed. The '' ('empty') sql_mode is now used for the background thread where the export is running.

          •  08 Feb 2011 07:48

            Release Notes: The HTTP tunnel now has an option for specifying a MySQL socket file for connection to MySQL. Hexadecimal and binary/base2 strings can now be entered for any datatype using ” x’..’ ” and ” b’..’ ” notation in GRIDs. These values will not be quoted when performing DML operations from the GRIDs. Support for the BIT datatype was implemented. An option was added in the GUI for specifying a sql_mode for the connection as well as for using the GLOBAL mode for the SESSION.

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