Whether used on my laptop with a touchpad or my desktop with a mouse, dbForge Studio doesn't support scrolling in any window by any means other than clicking or dragging the scroll bar. It will initially scroll for perhaps a second and then it stops.0 votesAdminDevart (Admin, Devart) responded
You could try the following instructions http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/help/windows-8/how-to/mouse/use-partialscroll-mouse
I'm creating a view using the valid SQL:
SELECT dateAsString(MAX(a.dateStart)) AS LastDate ...
dateAsString is a UDF in my database that accepts a DATE parameter.
The query executes fine. When I save it in a view, though, dbForge changes the query text to:
Which, obviously, won't work.
Any thoughts?0 votesAdminDevart (Admin, Devart) responded
Could you please provide us the following information:
1. Version of the MySQL server.
2. CREATE definition of the UDF.
3. The assembly file containing the functions called by the UDF.
Show dialog suggesting to select an action (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, ALTER, DROP) when drag'n'dropping object from Database Explorer onto SQL document like in EMS SQL Manager for MySQL.0 votes
Add gutter (aka right margin) for code inspections.0 votes
We were thinking about getting this software for its refactoring capability, but when we tried it out, all it does is allow us to rename tables. What we want to do is change a signed integer to an unsigned integer.0 votes
Why can't I rename a file in a project? (I can understand why I can't rename files that are associated with database objects, but just a basic SQL script file?)0 votes
Please add a switch key (SHIFT, CTRL or ALT) to the left mouse click behavior to open a table in design, text or data view with a single click.
Also please give the ability to open many istance of the same table in data view to be able to apply different conditions in the Filter Editor for the same table.0 votes
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