EMS HiTech company is pleased to announce PostgreSQL Manager 1.6 -- the next
version of a powerful PostgreSQL administration and development tool!
You can download the latest version and user's guide from
What's new in version 1.6?
1. Now you can view the dependencies of the database objects at the
appropriate editor tabs. The Environment Options dialog contains two new
options on the Tools tab: 'Automatically expand dependencies' and 'Don't
show empty object categories in dependencies'.
2. Transactions in grids: In order to decrease a probability of other
programs' hang up on editing table editors in PostgreSQL Manager, we have
added a possibility to disable transactions in grids. For this purpose 'Use
transaction' option on the Gird tab of the Environment Options dialog is
provided. If it is on, the grid works as in previous versions: the
transaction is active until the grid is closed or the Commit button is
pressed; all edited records are blocked until the transaction commit. If
this option is off, then the transaction starts and immediately commits
(autocommit) on saving each record, which is blocked only for a little time
3. Table DDLs now display SERIAL and BIGSERIAL fields correctly.
20. Fixed error with hiding database objects in DB Explorer after deleting
the user who owned these objects.
21. Minor bugfixes and small improvements.
What is PostgreSQL Manager?
EMS PostgreSQL Manager is a powerful graphical tool for PostgreSQL
administration and development. It makes creating and editing PostgreSQL
database objects easy and fast, and allows you to run SQL scripts, manage
users and their privileges, build SQL queries visually, extract, print and
search metadata, export data to 14 available formats and import them from
most popular formats, view and edit BLOB fields, and many more...
We hope you'll like our products.
Thank you for your attention.
EMS HiTech Team
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