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GUI Tool for MySQL: dbForge Studio for MySQL, v4.50.342 Released
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Changes (as compared to 4.50.339) include:
Bug fixes:
* The error on entering selection criteria after selecting Group By fields in Query Builder fixed (T26884)
* The problem with showing 0 as a parameter value instead of NULL in the parameter editor fixed (T26867)
* Removing field’s autoincrement sign on adding index in the table fixed (T24859)
* Extra new line on copying data from a cell in Data Editor removed (T27021)
* The problem with losing ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP during editing a table fixed (T27090)
* The problems with connecting to MySQL Server via SSH tunnel fixed (T26911, T20079)
* InvalidOperationExceptions on generating schema synchronization script in the Schema Comparison tool fixed (T27106, T27108)

Downloads: http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/download.html

GUI Tool for MySQL: dbForge Studio for MySQL, v4.50.342 Released
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Changes (as compared to 4.50.339) include:
Bug fixes:
* The error on entering selection criteria after selecting Group By fields in Query Builder fixed (T26884)
* The problem with showing 0 as a parameter value instead of NULL in the parameter editor fixed (T26867)
* Removing field’s autoincrement sign on adding index in the table fixed (T24859)
* Extra new line on copying data from a cell in Data Editor removed (T27021)
* The problem with losing ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP during editing a table fixed (T27090)
* The problems with connecting to MySQL Server via SSH tunnel fixed (T26911, T20079)
* InvalidOperationExceptions on generating schema synchronization script in the Schema Comparison tool fixed (T27106, T27108)

Downloads: http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/download.html

How To: Create a Query in One Shot
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To get information from a database it is necessary to execute a query to get this data.

Usually an ordinary SQL editor is used to create queries. To use such editor, one should remember the syntax of the SELECT operator and the names of tables and columns.

Let’s use a visual instrument developed specially to design queries, and see that it’s much easier to create queries visually instead of typing them in an editor.

Task:

It’s necessary to show the salaries of the employees of departments situated in different cities for the 2008 year in descending order.

We will do this on a MySQL server database. The process of creating this database was described in the How to: Create MySQL Database in One Shot article. You

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Quick start in database development with Sakila database project
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The Sakila project was designed to demonstrate all cutting-edge capabilities of dbForge Studio for MySQL such as Database Projects, Database Diagram, Data Reports, Pivot Grid, Visual Query Builder, Code Refactoring, Database Comparison and Synchronization, and also to let a user get acquainted with the mentioned functionality quickly and easily with the help of the prepared examples.


First of all, you should have MySQL server version 5.1 installed locally (localhost).
Then launch dbForge Studio for MySQL, open Start Page and click Sakila in the Recent Projects section (or open the Sakila project from the File -> Recent Projects -> Sakila.mydev menu).



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