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GUI dbForge Studio for MySQL, v4.50.311 Released
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Changes (as compared to 4.50.308) include:
Bug fixes:
* Removed spaces in the integer and float format in Data Export wizard (T23612)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on saving a database project with opened table editors (T23519)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on deleting a table from a database with an opened inactive editor (T56081)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on auto hiding a tool window (T56033)
* Added possibility to edit a definer for triggers in the trigger editor (T23357)
* Fixed problem with BINARY(16) column type on selecting its data to the Data Editor …






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How To: Create a Database Diagram Using a Sketch Image
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Often we make some sketches of the database we plan to create on a blackboard or a sheet of paper before we actually design its structure on computer. After that we discuss the entities we’ve got, normalize them and repeat these actions several times. As a result we get a completely approved database structure in the form of an image file in the project documentation.

Question:
How to create a database diagram basing on the image available?

Let’s try to do this using Database Designer of dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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How to: Create MySQL Database in One Shot
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This article gives a step-by-step instruction for visual database creation.
There is a lot of instruments that allow database developers avoid monotonous and error prone manual writing of scripts for tables creation. But to have a complete picture while creating a database it’s necessary not only to speed up the process of database objects creation, but also to visualize relations between them. dbForge Studio for MySQL offers a perfect tool for such purpose – Database Designer. …

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