Version 2.4 of MySQL Manager for Windows provides several
new features as well as addressing several bugs.
For those who are unfamiliar with it, MySQL Manager for
Windows is a MySQL server admin and object management tool offering a GUI
interface for editing and creating MySQL database objects.
The software is available in both a professional and lite
Both versions include features that facilitate creating and
dropping of databases and tables, support of all MySQL table types and field
types, viewing and editing in tables and creating and dropping indices and
functions. In addition, both versions support multiple database connections.
To work with databases in MySQL
Manager, you must register the database. Once registered, the user has the
ability to work with required databases only and to group registered databases
- The new version has an internal SSH client implemented
allowing the user to connect to a remote server using local port
forwarding through the SSH tunnel.
- Also added was the option of editing/dropping foreign keys
using popup menus in either the Table Editor or the Visual Database
- Eleven languages are now supported: English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian,
Chinese and Hungarian.
- Users may now specify a default directory for each database,
for reports generated by HTML Report.
- Multple bug fixes including:
- bug with editing items of the To-Do List.
- bug with BLOB fields truncating during the import data
process. (Prof. edition only)
- bug with extracting float values with the Extract
Metadata Wizard if system defined decimal separator is different from
- bug with executing (SELECT …) UNION (SELECT …)
statements in the SQL Editor.
- Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/xp
- Pentium 166
- 32 MB RAM
A fully functional trial version is available for download
from EMS HiTech’s