Release notes 5

Applies to: Dataedo 23.x versions, Article available also for: 24.x (current)

Dataedo 5.2.11 (November, 2017)

  • Support for SQL Server 2017
  • Fixes issue with creating multiple relations on ERD
  • UI Improvements

Dataedo 5.2.10 (August, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with adding users in Administration Console

Dataedo 5.2.9 (August, 2017)

  • Changed MySQL connector
  • Fixed issues with importing Azure database
  • Fixed issues with export documentation in command line
  • Fixed issues with unicode in MariaDB
  • Changed Free Edition to Lite Edition
  • Removed Standard Edition (automatic upgrade to Pro Edition)
  • Improved import performance
  • Changed mechanism of displaying users in Administration Console
  • UI improvements

Dataedo 5.2.8 (June, 2017)

  • Minor fixes

Dataedo 5.2.7 (May, 2017)

  • Added Education Edition
  • Changed MySQL connection method
  • UI improvements

Dataedo 5.2.6 (May, 2017)

  • Added ability to customize HTML export
  • Optimized MySQL import from large databases
  • Better handling of case sensitive objects in Oracle
  • Changed behaviour and UI of object filtering in schema import
  • Fixed issue with disabled logins in server repository
  • UI improvements

Dataedo 5.2.5 (March, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with import from MySQL
  • UI improvements

Dataedo 5.2.4 (March, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with repository creation

Dataedo 5.2.3 (March, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with connecting to Oracle
  • Fixed issue with file repositories on Windows Server 2008
  • Fixed issue with importing dependencies from Azure SQL
  • UI improvements

Dataedo 5.2.2 (March, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with importing DDL triggers from Oracle

Dataedo 5.2.1 (March, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with import from MariaDB caused by generated columns
  • Fixed issue with trial and timed licenses

Dataedo 5.2 (March, 2017)

  • Object dependencies
  • Advanced Object Filtering
  • Command Line Tool
  • PDF Branding and Customizations
  • More column metadata: identity, default value, computed column formula
  • ERD Improvements
  • UI improvements

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Dataedo 5.1.5 (February, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with importing relations from MySQL 5.1.X
  • Improved import speed from MySQL databases
  • Fixed issue with updating relations and unique keys

Dataedo 5.1.4 (January, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with undeclared system variables

Dataedo 5.1.3 (January, 2017)

  • Added ability to set connection timeout for SQL Server and MySQL
  • Fixed bug fetching columns in MySQL

Dataedo 5.1.2 (December, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with importing procedures with no parameters from Oracle

Dataedo 5.1.1 (December, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with SQL Server 2005 and 2005 SP1 schema import

Dataedo 5.1 (December, 2016)

  • Redesigned ERDs:
  • Ability to show entities' columns
  • Improved editor: scrolling, object chooser, menus and forms
  • Improved drawing links
  • Added ability to add any table/view from database
  • Added ability to hide relation
  • Fixed documenting Azure databases
  • Added email and comments in crash report form
  • Simplified repository installation
  • Downgraded required db privileges
  • Improved search feature
  • Support for SQL Server 2016
  • Many UI improvements
  • Many bug fixes

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Dataedo 5.0.5 (October, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with SQL Server schema import

Dataedo 5.0.4 (September, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with MySQL import

Dataedo 5.0.3 (August, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with libraries references

Dataedo 5.0.2 (August, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with clearing documentation description

Dataedo 5.0.1 (August, 2016)

  • Fixed issue with MySQL import

Dataedo 5.0 (July, 2016)

  • Entity Relationship Diagrams
  • MySQL support
  • Ability to create documentation in a file (no need for repository server)
  • Documentation search
  • New plan - Standard

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Dataedo 5.0 beta 4 (June, 2016)

  • Fixed a number of bugs

Dataedo 5.0 beta 3 (May, 2016)

  • Fixed a number of bugs

Dataedo 5.0 beta 2 (May, 2016)

  • Fixed issues with connection to MySQL

Dataedo 5.0 beta (May, 2016)

  • Entity Relationship Diagrams
  • MySQL support
  • Object dependencies
  • Ability to create documentation in a file (no need for repository server)
  • Documentation search
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