Release Notes: This release has a revised user interface with a cleaner design and a more flexible and productive way of working, as well as more room to work. It is easier to work with multiple database objects. Customized layouts are saved between sessions. Compare editors and grids, a new look and feel, minimized risk of lost edits, minimized problems with slow or dropped connections, and much more.
Release Notes: This release added support for the popular SQLite and H2 databases, integrated SSH tunneling, a new SQL editor with extended style configuration and database specific keyword support, enhanced chart support with pre-defined color schemes and easy setup, and the ability to export results in Excel 2007 and column formats.
Release Notes: This version can visually create, edit, and compile procedures, functions, modules, packages, and triggers for Oracle, DB2, Mimer, PostgreSQL, Sybase ASE, SQL Server, MySQL, JavaDB/Derby, and Informix. The new export schema/database feature lets you export the DDL for schema objects, including table data in SQL or XML format. User settings can be exported and imported for easy migration. New SQL formatter options were added. The variable substitution feature has been rewritten.
Release Notes: New Create and Alter Table features. A table data navigator. Pre-installed JDBC drivers. A new table data editor. Support for Windows Vista, DB2 version 9, and Java 1.6.
Release Notes: This version adds support for SQL Server 2005, Sybase 15, and explain plan for Oracle, DB2 and SQL Server. A universal binary installer was provided for Mac OS X on Intel along with a PL/SQL editor and compiler for Oracle and full key binding support with pre-defined key maps.
Release Notes: This release adds Database Objects foldering, support for multiple result sets from a single SQL, a new icon collection, multiple SQL editor support, test data generation, "create table" and "index" features, BLOB/CLOB support (including viewers), and configurable SQL editor key bindings.
Release Notes: Time consuming operations can now be interrupted, and zooming of graphs is now supported. There is support for multi SQL statement execution, support for multiple result sets, reliable editing support, a new optional look and feel and icon collection, and more.
Release Notes: Support for printing graphs and tables, ability to preview the actual pages before printing them, the object browser tree can distinguish between procedures (may return results) and functions (do not return results), highlighting primary key column(s) in orange where appropriate, ability to preview the SQL statement in the variable substitution dialog, and more.