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MicroOLAP Database Designer for PostgreSQL ver.1.2.4-beta released

Posted on May 22, 2008

You are welcome to download it at

http://microolap.com/products/database/postgresql-designer/download/

Since this is BETA version please don't use it for production purposes.

What's new:

[!] Support for enumerated data types added

[+] "Backup DB tables before modify" option added to Modify Dialog

[+] "Show object icons" option added to Display Preferences

[+] COST option support for Stored Routines added

[+] Export supports splitting into pages now

[+] FILLFACTOR storage parameter added for index

[+] IF EXISTS clause option for DROP statements added in Database Generation

[+] Progress indication and interrupt ability added for Export functionality

[+] Repair Model functionality added

[+] ROWS option support for Stored Routines added

[+] Table, stored routine, view comments; rules and triggers information added to report generation

[*] SQL Executor parser (validator) is PostgreSQL 8.3.x grammar compatible now

[-] "Access Violation when Check Diagram" bug fixed

[-] "Can't declare SECURITY INVOKER permissions for stored routine" bug fixed

[-] "Duplicate function in Table Editor creates objects (columns, indexes, constraints) with equal unique

identifier" bug fixed

[-] "Reference label color loaded incorrectly from model file" bug fixed

[-] "Relation mismatch after Save" bug fixed

[-] "String started with more then two dashes not treated as correct SQL comment" bug fixed

[-] "Trailing semicolon (;) missed in domain comment statement" bug fixed

[-] "Trailing semicolon (;) missed in user type comment statement" bug fixed

[-] "Validate function of SQL Executor returns wrong result sometimes" bug fixed

Product page:

http://microolap.com/products/database/postgresql-designer/


Best regards,

MicroOLAP Technologies LTD

http://www.microolap.com

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