Online Documentation for SQL Management Studio for MySQL
December 4, 2008
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- The Task Scheduler can now be launched as a Windows Service or a separate process.
- If a custom task is launched manually, its execution process can be tracked in the special window.
- The SSH or HTTP connection type is now displayed within the host name field.
- Toolbar settings used to be reset after the program shutdown. Fixed now.
- The possibility to open PDF documentation from the main menu is implemented.
- Other minor improvements and bug-fixes.
- Task Scheduler: added a possibility to schedule tasks for running several times a day (daily launches)
- It is now possible to launch any SQL Studio tool through the context menu of the system tray Agent
- On attempt to call a utility with an inappropriate template, a message is displayed or the corresponding log message is created
- SQL Query can use a shared database repository with SQL Studio
- Enhanced the software update via SQL Studio Direct technique: when downloading an update, the download progress is displayed; on attempt to install an update which is not available due to maintenance term expiration, a warning is displayed
- Fixed an error that occurred on attempt to delete the only step from a task
- Visual scheme configuration is now applied to all components of SQL Studio
- Adding and dropping databases performed in SQL Manager were not indicated in the DB Explorer tree of running SQL Studio. Fixed now
- Fixed a number of artifacts that appeared when working with two monitors
- Upon running SQL Studio as a user with restricted privileges, if SQL Studio Agent had not been launched previously, the Agent launch error occurred. Fixed now
- Speeded up opening the Template Management section with a large list of templates
- Now the SQL Studio window position is saved for the next session
- The "Tool path is not correct" error occurred on attempt to run a task, when working under Windows 2003 Server. Fixed now
- Added a confirmation request on deleting a step from a task
- Other minor improvements and bug-fixes
- Handy launch of utilities and services
- Storing all templates in a single repository
- Common data source list for all services and utilities
- Creating of complicated branched scripts
- Ability to run external applications from scripts
- Storing of all script execution logs in one database
- Scheduled script execution
- Creating of customized notifications; various ways to send them out
- Fast access to Technical Support Service
- One way to customize the appearance for all apps
- All database tasks take little time to launch, leaving you to focus on the result
- With single template repository your work with utilities is as simple as it gets
- Flexible scripts result in massive time savings, doing all routine jobs for you
- Script scheduling will automate routine tasks
- Notification e-mails will let you stay up-to-date and react fast
- All logs are stored in one place, putting you totally in charge of all operations
- Visual interface style is set uniquely for all products for your convenience