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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2009

    More Tools to Work with MySQL Databases in Visual Studio Provided by dbForge Fusion!

    Devart today releases dbForge Fusion for MySQL, v4.50 - a powerful add-in designed to simplify MySQL database development and enhance data management capabilities.

    With dbForge Fusion, Devart continues its initiative to produce efficient database experiences for all the people in MySQL world.

    New features in dbForge Fusion for MySQL, v4.50 include:

    - Support of MS Visual Studio 2010
    Now all the tools of dbForge Fusion for MySQL are available in MS Visual Studio 2010.

    - More freedom for backing up schemas
    Schema Export wizard has been totally redesigned to Database Backup to enable users to back up schemas in automatic mode using Windows task scheduler, save backup options for future use, view automatically complied log file. Besides, old backup files are automatically removed based on date or quantity.

    - New tool for database developers - Query Profiler
    dbForge Fusion offers results of internal MySQL tools like SHOW PROFILE and EXPLAIN in a convenient and clear GUI. Besides, you get STATUS variables for the required query automatically calculated.
    Additional benefits:
    - Plan of the query displayed in the tree view for easy review
    - Profiling history that can be saved for further analysis
    - Capability to compare profiling results in two clicks
    - Capability to print profiling results

    - Data comparison and synchronization of any databases
    Diverse testing and close interaction with database developers, admins and casual users resulted in thoughtful redesign and enhancement of Data Comparison tool. Now it compares and synchronizes database of any length with significant performance improvement. To customize comparison and synchronization, the users can use new options, change synchronization direction in one click, and quickly filter tables in comparison results. An additional benefit is generating accurate comparison reports in HTML and Excel formats.

    - Advanced query building
    Now Query Builder, a powerful tool for visual query creating, is tailored for creating complex conditions with several clicks. The new power is based on optimized performance of the Selection tab in the expression editor, visual addition of subqueries to any part of the main query, new Wrap to Subquery option to wrap tables into a subquery, optimized navigation in the editor, particularly between subqueries and other features.

    - Quick generating template SQL scripts for database objects
    Thanks to this new functionality, you can save your time while working with database objects. For example, you can quickly generate template SQL scripts CREATE, DROP, SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE scripts for tables. This option is available in the context menu of Database Explorer and called ‘Generate Script As’.

    - Improved schema comparison
    - Extended capabilities of Schema Comparison wizard
    - New comparison options to ignore some table options, DEFINER and SQL SECURITY expressions, default values for columns

    Price and Availability

    The fully-functional 30-day trial version of dbForge Fusion for MySQL 4.50 is available for download at dbForge Fusion for MySQL - Download . The license price starts at $99.95.
    For more information about dbForge Fusion for MySQL, visit the product's web site – Visual Studio and Delphi Plugins for Database Administration, Development, Comparison, Scripting, Code Generating, Query Building .

    About Devart

    Devart is a software development company with 11 years of experience on the software market and over 20 thousands of devoted users.
    We specialize in providing comprehensive development and management tools as well as native connectivity solutions for the most popular databases, including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and SQLite.

    For additional information about Devart, visit About Devart: Brief Information About Company .

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Does it work well with MySQL 5?

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