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dbForge Query Builder For MySQL v3.2


Devart has announced an update to dbForge Query Builder for MySQL. The new version has the "session restore" feature, Percona Server Support, and other new improvements. As Dr. Dobb's readers will know, dbForge Query Builder for MySQL is a visual tool that allows you create any sort of MySQL query, from simple lookups to complex JOINs.

The Devart team says it is glad to announce that the range of supported servers in dbForge products continues expanding.

Percona Server is a free, open-source solution MySQL alternative which offers scalability, features, and instrumentation. Self-tuning algorithms and support for extremely high-performance hardware make it an option for organizations that demand excellent performance and reliability from their MySQL database server.

Other new features and improvements in dbForge Query Builder for MySQL, v3.2 include:

Database Explorer:

  • Indexes and columns for tables can be viewed in the Database Explorer now
  • Object filter in the Database Explorer is implemented

User Interface:

  • Windows connection coloring is added
  • Restoring document tabs from the last session is possible
  • Switching between a wizard window and the main application window is possible

dbForge Query Builder for MySQL offers users an extended data management in MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona server databases and enables to create and edit any complex queries in a few clicks.

According to the development team, data management has become more convenient here, "Group, sort, and filter data in the grid. For better data view and editing, use various modes. Benefit from cached updates and manage your data based on your needs. Moreover, you can print or export query results. Experience visual and accurate data export to 10 widely-used data formats: HTML, Text, MS Excel, MS Access, RTF, PDF, XML, CSV, DBF, ODBC. The export process is highly customizable and it is possible to use templates."


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