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June 25, 2021

FlySpeed SQL Query 3.8.4 is out.

We're glad to announce the new version 3.8.4 of FlySpeed SQL Query.

What's new in the FlySpeed SQL Query 3.8.4 since version 3.8.1?

  • The New Connection Wizard has been redesigned.
  • The Oracle connection properties form has been redesigned. Now you can switch between different ORACLE_HOME settings and pick the right TNS name from the list.
  • The Metadata Filter Editor became easier to use. You can open the dialog to define filters on the Settings tab of the Connection Properties dialog.
  • The initial support for Denodo Virtual DataPort has been added.
  • Data Export: A new option for automatic addition of the current date and time to the filename is made.
  • Visual Query Builder: The width of Query Columns List columns is preserved automatically now. The new button lets save the default layout of the Visual Query Builder tab.
  • Now you can opt for displaying checkboxes for fields of TINYINT type using the new option on the Advanced tab of the Connection Properties dialog.
  • The new global option to display "null" text for NULL values is added to the Grid View tab.
  • One can execute the selected fragment from the query text in a new window using the "Execute in a new window" button on the SQL Text tab.
  • Now it's possible to switch between Query window tabs using the Ctrl+1-5 shortcuts.
  • One can close query windows by right-clicking on the windows bar buttons.
  • DB Explorer: Inline renaming of connections is possible now with the F2 shortcut.
  • DB Explorer: The expanded/collapsed state of connection folders is now saved between work sessions.
  • The ability to export and import queries saved in connections has been made. It is now a complete set of settings to make backups and move settings to another PC.

We are eager to hear all of your suggestions, ideas and bug reports. Please send them to us as much as you want!

at ActiveDBSoft.

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