The SQL Editor in MySQL Workbench 6.1 adds a new interface for query results. This addition offers 4 new views to your query results, 2 for the result data itself and 2 for meta-information about the query that was executed.
Query Result Set Grid
The traditional result set grid. Run a SELECT query on a table with a primary key and you can edit the data. You must click the Edit button to enter edit mode.
Note: Until Workbench 6.1.1, the check was being done automatically for every SELECT query, but since that requires extra queries to MySQL, the check is now done on demand.
Result Set Form Editor
The new form[Read more...]