Release History

FlySpeed SQL Query History

October 11, 2013

2.10.0.7

+ The new option for PostgreSQL connection type is added to specify location
  of the PostrgeSQL client library (libpq.dll). It can be found on the
  Advanced tab of the Connection Properties dialog. 

October 10, 2013

2.10.0.6

+ Minor improvements in the Add Linked Objects menu are made.
= PostgreSQL client libraries are replaced.
- Minor bugs are fixed.

October 08, 2013

2.10.0.5

- The bug with incorrect password saving for new connections is fixed.
- The Server version setting was not saved for some connection types.
  Fixed now.
- Other minor bug fixes are made.

October 07, 2013

2.10.0.4

- The "ORA-01017: invalid username/password" error on re-connecting after 
  the program restart is fixed.
- The "Driver ID is not defined." error on browsing for default database 
  is fixed.

October 06, 2013

2.10.0.3

- MySQL: The "No database selected" error is fixed.

October 05, 2013

2.10.0.2

- The "Stream read error" is fixed.

October 04, 2013

2.10.0.1

+ Ability to encode database and SSH passwords stored in settings with the 
  Master password is made. Use the "Connection" - "Set Master Password" command
  in main menu for this purpose.
+ The new button is now shown at the right of the focused datasource on Design
  pane to allow easy adding of linked objects to the query.
+ Query layout is now preserved after parsing of the modified query.
+ Algorithm of automatic objects placement on the diagram pane is improved.
= PostgreSQL connection library is updated.
- The "Show SQL query text" report generation option works now.
- Other minor fixes and improvements are made.

June 27, 2013

2.9.9.2

- Recently introduced bug that led to emptiness of field lists in visual 
  query builder is fixed now.

June 24, 2013

2.9.9.1

= A workaround is made to work with Netezza database using PostgreSQL 
  connection type.
- Other minor bug fixes are made.

May 13, 2013

2.9.7.4

- Executing a query with the Ctrl key pressed (by clicking the Execute 
  button or by pressing the F5 or F9 keys) instructs to return resultset 
  for a command even it is not treated as a valid SELECT statement due to
  presence of leading DECLARE or SET or any other SQL statements.
- Few SQL syntax fixes are made.