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PostgreSQL Maestro 8.10 released

Posted on 2008-10-07

SQL Maestro Group announces the release of PostgreSQL Maestro 8.10, a powerful Windows GUI solution for PostgreSQL server administration and database development.

The new version is immediately available at


New features:

  1. The new version allows you to connect to remote PostgreSQL servers with restricted access via HTTP/PHP tunneling.

  2. Starting with this version it is possible to edit trigger's function body directly from Trigger Editor.

  3. An ability of using the COPY FROM STDIN command has been incorporated into the Import Data wizard. This feature can speed up the import process up to 10 times.

  4. Starting with this version it is possible to use the lookup editor for a column, which is linked by a foreign key with a (single) column from another table. The editor displays the contents of parent table's columns within the dropdown window.

  5. A possibility of displaying data in the master-detail form has been incorporated into the Table Editor (multiple detail pages can be displayed for a single master row).

  6. Filtering, grouping, and sorting features become available for TEXT columns. Also it is possible to edit the contents of such columns in a separate window as well as encrypt it using the md5 algorithm.

  7. The Dependency tracker tool has been implemented (Main Menu | Tools | Dependency tracker). Use this tool to browse all-level dependencies of a schema object (table, view, function, etc).

  8. PL/pgSQL Debugger: an ability to drag and drop a variable from the source code window to the watch list has been implemented.

  9. Database Designer settings: the Show hints option has been added. Also it is now possible to select the default graphic file format to export diagrams as images.

  10. Process Browser: the statements at the Last SQL tab are now formatted if possible.

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

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