Release Notes: This release focused on reducing the application memory footprint, in particular regarding the design diagrams. Also, rendering performance and responsiveness of diagrams was improved. Other bugs were addressed too.
Release Notes: Diagram click actions have been implemented. These allow database tables, columns, notes, etc. to be edited directly from the diagram. Support for unique constraints has been added. The formatting of generated DDL SQL scripts and tree structure have been streamlined. There were also other enhancements and resolutions for several key bugs.
Release Notes: This release includes new features and improvements to essentially every part of DbWrench. No particular area was focused upon. Instead, enhancements were made to the ER diagramming, reverse engineering, forward engineering, and the overall user interface.
Release Notes: Although this version comes less than two months after 2.1.0 and is not considered a major release, it nevertheless contains significant enhancements. Over 35 changes are listed in its changelog. Most of the changes centered around improvements to the diagramming (ERD) functionality. A secondary focus was improvements to the reverse engineering, particularly for Oracle databases.
Release Notes: The main features of this major release include support for Oracle databases, new printing and print preview features, upgraded JDBC drivers for all the supported database management systems, and updated support for the latest versions of these database management systems. In addition, the user interface look and feel has been enhanced and numerous bugs have been addressed.
Release Notes: This version focused on a small number of fixes to almost all parts of this application. This includes the ability to specify optional parameters for database connections. This should help with connecting to SQL Server named instances and specifying Unicode options for MySQL connections. In addition, some reverse engineer changes were made to comply with the new escape character requirements for PostgreSQL 9. Other significant changes were made to the custom data editing panels, making their layout more consistent across the various looks and feels of the various platforms DbWrench runs on.
Release Notes: This release focused on adding support for fairly common database features that DbWrench did not support previously. The new features include support for custom data types (or user defined types), unique constraints, and MySQL routines (procedures and functions). The secondary focus of this release was to fix a bunch of bugs related to the user interface.
Release Notes: New items in this release include SSL support, updated Help Contents, a zoom toolbar, and menus for database and diagram items. The new menus allow hotkeys to be associated with very common items such as adding tables, columns, and foreign keys. This should make these very common actions quicker to perform.
Release Notes: This version focused mostly on various bugfixes and some enhancements. The most important enhancement is probably the option of having a diagram show only primary key and foreign key columns. The bugfixes focused on two primary areas: reverse engineering related bugs and obscure but serious run-time errors. Most of these run-time errors occurred when items were given ambiguous or duplicate names.
Release Notes: This release focused on minor enhancements and feature implementations. Some of these new enhancements include object counters for folder nodes in Database Explorer, improved error handling during reverse engineering, improvements to the responsiveness of various panels, and improved storage of table data. Also, there were several smaller improvements to the user interface.