MySQL Developer Studio 2.00 Beta Released!
March 12, 2007
Core Lab announces the beta version of MySQL Developer Studio 2.0. Version 2.0 introduces
a large number of new features, including stored procedure debugging and database
project support, new administration tools and many others. Release of the final
version is scheduled for the end of March.
MySQL Developer Studio 2.00 offers you following features:
Stored Procedure and Script Debuggers
Added a framework for debugging stored procedure and SQL scripts.
Improved SQL Editor
Greatly improved the SQL Editor. The following features were added:
- Enhanced Find and Replace window lets you search and replace text in all opened
documents and view search results in a Find Results window
- Advanced Code completion includes keywords and objects from the parsed script
- Parameter information
- Quick information about pointed object in the script
- Navigation bar for navigating to script objects and subobjects
- In-place visual select statements editing with Query Builder window
- Incremental search is now available
- Code navigation for jumping to the definitions of database objects
- Syntax customization
Database Project Support
Added a project management framework for bookmarking related scripts and organizing
Projects can be deployed in any order and saved to a file.
Keyboard Shortcut Customization
A set of keyboard mapping schemes with full customization added.
New Security Manager
Added integrated Security Manager for manipulating user accounts, granting and revoking
Table Maintenance, Flush and Server Variables
Added table maintenance wizard, flush dialog and server variables window.
Extended Database Object Search
Added full text and object data search. Completely redesigned Find Object window.
New service management window lets you start and stop MySQL services under Windows.
MySQL Event support
Added support for the MySQL event object type.
Added a Session Manager for controlling and analyzing user sessions
Improved Working with Data
The following features added for working with data:
- You can now print data from data editor directly
- Sequential fetch feature was added - not all the data can now be fetched at once,
cursor can be left opened to fetch data later
- Data output can now be redirected to the Output window and viewed as text
- Card View mode gives a visual way to view data rows
Added an extensive collection of SQL code templates.
Added a Document Outline window for viewing the structure of SQL documents. To simplify
code navigation, DML commands, DDL statements, code blocks and variables are represented
as single structural units.
Other New Features
- Now you can open several object editors for the same type of object in one document
- The Output window now has several tabs for viewing different kinds of messages
You can try out the new version of the product by downloading it at the MySQL Developer Studio download page.
To tell us what you think about the new release, visit the
MySQL Developer Studio Feedback Page. We are looking forward to your comments