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PostgreSQL Maestro 9.5 released

Posted on May 28, 2009

SQL Maestro Group announces the release of PostgreSQL Maestro 9.5, a powerful Windows GUI solution for PostgreSQL server administration and database development.

The new version is immediately available at

http://www.sqlmaestro.com/products/postgresql/maestro/.

New features:

  1. This version has been successfully tested with PostgreSQL 8.4 beta 2 (the latest PostgreSQL version available at the moment). Also we have added support for some PostgreSQL 8.4 new features such as default values for function parameters, window functions, and functions returning table.

  2. Get SQL Dump: abilities to generate multi-row INSERT statements and specify output file encoding have been implemented.

  3. Field Editor: now it is possible to pick some predefined default values such as CURRENT_USER for VARCHAR columns or CURRENT_TIMESTAMP for TIMESTAMP columns from the list instead of entering them manually.

  4. Data Import wizard has been updated. Now you can import data from Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and Microsoft Office Access 2007 file formats, import CSV and Test data files stored in different encodings, empty the target table as well as execute custom SQL scripts before and after import. The wizard has been completely redesigned; moreover, the speed of the import process has been significantly increased.

  5. BLOB Viewer: Unicode support has been added to the Non-BLOB data grid.

  6. Data grid: starting with this version it is possible to allow displaying row numbers in grids. Also we have added support for fixed columns (such columns are displayed permanently when working with other grid data).

  7. Some other minor improvements and corrections.

There are also some other useful things. Full press release is available at the SQL Maestro Group website.

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