MySQLDirect .NET 4.00 Final Released!
April 13, 2007
Core Lab Software Development has announced the release of the final version of
MySQLDirect .NET. This version of the product contains improvements in 4 development
- MySqlDataTable component with connected model abilities and provider-specific
- Application development enhancement
- Features specific to MySQL
- .NET Framework 2.0 advanced features
The MySqlDataTable component was greatly enhanced to give a database developer maximum
possible flexibility and convenience. Now the component can perform data fetch sequentially
and asynchronously, all at once or in paginal mode. Now you can choose whether updates
are cached or not, you can establish server side master-detail relation.
With this version Core Lab ADO.NET Data Providers become a comprehensive solution
for database developer, including more powerful design time features. New tools
DataSet Manager, DataSet Editor, and DataSet Generator allow you to customize your
datasets in fast and convenient way. New InterForm technology is designed to reference
components on different forms in the project, which means centralized customization
and ease of use. Together with a new DataLink component, the InterForm technology
represents a way to setup data binding with the data source. Using this technology,
the DataLink and MySqlDataTable components bring you live data in the design time
of the whole application.
Among the features suggested by .NET Framework 2.0, the new version supports Dependency,
Data Source Enumeration, and Batch Update. The Dependency mechanism is designed
to track changes in data on the server. The Data Source Enumeration feature allows
you to list servers available in the local network. The Batch Update ability helps
to optimize interactions with server. Furthermore, now you can manage provider-specific
types, and they are supported even in design time and visual controls.
The Professional Edition of MySQLDirect .NET is now compatible with
MySQL Developer Tools version 2.00, which reveals additional horizons in data
management and server administration. For details on what's new in MySQL Developer
Tools please refer to this announcement.
For detailed information on MySQLDirect .NET please refer to the
product pages. If you wish to provide feedback on the new version, you can
do it in our forums or by e-mail. We are always
glad to hear your comments and take into account your development needs.