Changes (as compared to 8.03) include:
* Crash dumps with no information (zero-size) will now be deleted automatically.
* When saving/copying from the editor the LETTERCASE modfications for keywords and functions will now be preserved.
* Selecting a ‘child’ object for a table (columns and indexes) will now refresh the DATA tab if DATA tab is open. Before only selecting the table object itself did. Also the table information is now available in OBJECTS tab when a column or index is selected.
* Now also a ‘key’ icon is used for identifying the Primary Key in an Object Browser ‘Indexes’ folder.
* An index defined on more than one column displayed as many time in the Object Browser as the number of columns used for defining the index.
* Fixed scrolling issues with the GRIDs.
* The GRID of CREATE/ALTER TABLE dialogue required double-click in a cell before pasting into that cell was possible.
* Query Builder ‘copy query to same query tab’ was broken.
* Query formatter would insert Unix linebreaks (\n) instead of Windows linebreaks (\r\n) between multiple queries what in turn could result in that the tokenizer/editor would fail to recognize exactly where a statement started and ended.
* Fixes with “Restore From SQL dump” 1) progress bar improvement 2) progress information with files larger than 4 GB displayed wrong due to 32 bit integer overflow. Now a 64 bit integer is used.
* In the Schema Sync dialogue the ‘compare’ button could grey out. This bug was introduced with the ‘refresh’ option added in 8.03.
* The ‘include column names’ option in CSV-export dialogue (including ‘save to clipboard’) was not persistent.
* Lots (around 20) of small fixes reported internally and by users.
* We will now not UPDATE a row of data from DATA or RESULT tab if any of the columns displayed for the actual row contains data identified as binary data by containing a NULL byte (‘\0’ in C-notation) no matter whether this occurs for binary types (binary, varbinary, BLOB) or string types (char, varchar, TEXT). Instead an error message will print (reason for this: the UPDATE operation would store what was displayed – not the underlying binary data causing the display).
* The arrow icons displaying in column headers of the DATA grid indicating sorting state have been replaced