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From:Martijn Tonies Date:May 23 2005 7:29am
Subject:ANN: Database Workbench 2.7.1 released
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Ladies, gentlemen,

Upscene Productions is happy to announce the next
version of the popular database development tool:
Database Workbench 2.7.1 has been released today!
Based on user feedback, there are several bugfixes
since the 2.7.0 release.

Download a trial at: http://www.upscene.com
Features and fixes: http://www.upscene.com/news/20050523.htm

Database Workbench supports:
- Borland InterBase ( v4.x - v7.x )
- Firebird ( v1.x )
- MS SQL Server/MSDE ( v6.5, 7, 2000, MSDE 1 & 2 )
- MySQL 4, 4.1
- Oracle Database ( 8i, 9i, 10g )

If you experience any problems with this new version, don't 
hestitate and either go to the website and send a support email 
or email directly to support@stripped

Enhancements
------------------------
Enhancements:
- Added "comment" toolbar button/shortcut to Package Editor

Fixes
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- Possible assertion error removed when closing database connection
- Assertion error removed when creating new Domain, Exception, Rule,
  Package, Default
- Duplicating Table/View didn't mark columns as editable
- IB/Fb: fixed a rare error when exporting data resulting from 
  select-able stored procedures. This would result into Access 
  Violations or no data exported.
- IB/Fb: trigger position clash detection didn't check timing or
         operations
- IB/Fb: access violation fixed for Create SUID Procedures for tables
  without a primary key and unchecking "output generator value"
- Fb: fixed debugging error with "row_count", also appears in the
      tool tip evaluation now
- MSSQL: executing a prepared statement with comments would reprepare
  it and not execute it
- MSSQL: fixed an issue with BIT parameters
- ODBC: Possible error with BLOB/widestring datatransfers fixed
- ODBC: error messages were cut off at 255 characters
- Oracle: removed access violation when switching between header/body
  in the Package Editor if there was no package
- Oracle: adding/dropping columns for an existing tables wasn't 
  reflected in the Database Navigator
- Oracle: "quick browse" and "Data" tab on Table Editor had read-only
  resultsets



Thank you for your support,

Martijn Tonies
Database Workbench - the database developer tool for professionals
Upscene Productions
http://www.upscene.com

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