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dbForge Studio for MySQL

dbForge Studio for MySQL is a universal set of MySQL GUI tools for database management, administration and development. It enables to create and execute queries, develop and debug MySQL routines, and automate MySQL database object management in the convenient environment.

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  1. Currently the data format for some field types like date, datetime, time, etc, has a default formatting which is not modifiable when using 'Copy Data As' feature, it changes to a format that isn't working for me now, so it will be nice to set default formats by the user

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  2. I see now a vertical tab instead of a horizontal tab as usual. I cannot figure out how to reset the app to its normal behavior. Also how do I enlarge the font of the stored procedures and table editor, it's too small for my old eyes.

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  3. copy anda paste from view data and excel not work

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  4. allow objects to be 'copied' between diagrams. I would like to be able to select a group of tables from one diagram and create a new diagram from those selected tables.

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  5. allow the user to specify the header color for a table in a database diagram. ideally you would optionally be able to make it 'sticky' and affect the table in all diagrams

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  6. the table designer has a BUG. A table column can have as a default value an internal server variable, in my case @@bindaddress. The correct way to add it (@@bindaddress), and it works. But when the table editor reverses a table definition, it misinterprets these defaults and saves it back wrong.

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  7. We are unable to define delimiters for variables. This causes query code from dbForge to fail when copied to a java based production environment.

    Currently the dbForge variable delimiters are not compatible with many environments.

    Provide means for users to define variable delimiters like DbVisualizer does.

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  8. Are there any plans to introduce GitHub co-pilots into dbforge studio for MySQL?

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  9. Hello,
    When deleting multiple rows, the application deletes them one at the time.
    If you could use a "IN" condition with the primary key, if any, the execution will be must more faster.

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  10. Hello,
    When doing a data comparison and having an error, a message such as the following one is displayed:
    "Error (1,1): Duplicate entry 'WBAH2022-2' for key 'Old'"

    The problem is that, when the data comparison is against tables, it's not easy to find the table with the problem. It would be very useful to have, at least, the name of the table.

    Having also the value of the primary key would help further for this kind of error.

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  11. When we work in Stored Procedures we already overwrote accidentially code as we were working in different windows and worked on an old version of the code

    It is annoying to always need to refresh first to make sure that no old copy of the code is edited.

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  12. Using identical configuration and credentials, v9.2.34 (and previous versions) connects to my AWS Aurora MySQL instance over SSL. However, the v9.2.105 update does NOT connect. It returns a dialog stating "SSL connection error (2026): The server hello message uses a protocol that was not recognized."

    I tried many configurations, but none worked. Uninstalled and downgraded, worked on first try. Updated to latest and repeated test, same failure.

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  13. PLEASE add an option to disable autocommit at the connection level. It should be in the connection parameters so that it is switched OFF when you open the connection, and remains OFF unless you specifically enable it in a transaction. This seems like basic, common sense. autocommit is EXTREMELY dangerous when working in a production environment. It is unacceptable that there is no ability to control this basic feature at the client side.

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  14. Please introduce support for multiple cursors. Confer the functionality in Sublime Text and Visual Studio Code. This is a critical time-saving feature. I often find myself editing my queries in those tools, and then copying and pasting them back into dbForge to make use of its features like auto-completion, then back again to vs code for useful features there. It would be a game changer to have robust multiple cursor support (including corresponding key bindings for customization of expanding selection under cursor and add cursor above/below) in dbForge.

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  15. Erro no atalho , como copiar e colar... ctrl+q para filtrar... f5 para execultar

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  16. I love the command palette in VS Code and Chrome Dev Console. I can press control+p and enter a filename or control+shift+p and type, find and perform common operations.
    I'd love to be able to press something like that where I can type in a table name. The list would show me matching tables in all of my connections (or even just my current active connection) and give me options to select from the table, scroll to and select the table in database explorer, open the table editor, etc.
    Other common commands could be in the command palette too, like:…

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  17. Please support MacOS properly. Crossover and dbforge dont work on Apple Silicon chips. plus its extra resourced to install and run crossover. please make a Mac Version

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  18. It only makes sense to combine these two options when SQL SECURITY is set to DEFINER. In the other case (INVOKER) it will cause a problem if the DEFINER is specified when restoring the database to a different environment - user will not exist or will not have the right privileges. "Exclude DEFINER" and "Exclude SQL SECURITY" should be two separate options when backing up a database.

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  19. Please enable navigating sequentially through tabs with ctrl+tab (forwards) and ctrl+shift+tab (backwards), matching the functionality of navigating through tabs in Google Chrome. It is much more cumbersome when you have many tabs open to have to count how many to the right or left you need to move so you can press and hold ctrl and then tab the right number of times. It should be possible to just move through the tabs one by one.

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  20. Add an option to display output for multiple queries stacked instead of as individual tabs (see how this works in SSMS)

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