Changes (as compared to beta 2) include:
* When Schema Sync CREATED a table having a string column with default ” (empty string) the default was not created for that column (it was no problem if the table on <target> existed in advance and was ALTERED) .
* On MySQL 4.1 and 5.0 SHOW FULL FIELDS does not expose an ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP clause for a TIMESTAMP column . We will now get this information from SHOW CREATE TABLE . The most serious problem before this was that when syncing from 4.1/5.0 to 5.1/6.0 an ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP clause could erroneously be dropped on target.