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From:Balasubramanian Kandasamy Date:April 25 2019 11:43am
Subject:MySQL Workbench 8.0.16 has been released
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Dear MySQL users,

The MySQL developer tools team announces 8.0.16 as our general available 
(GA) for
MySQL Workbench 8.0.

For the full list of changes in this revision, visit
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/workbench/en/news-8-0.html 
<https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/workbench/en/news-8-0.html>

For discussion, join the MySQL Workbench Forums:
http://forums.mysql.com/index.php?152

The release is now available in source and binary form for a number of
platforms from our download pages at:

http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/tools/workbench/

Enjoy!


Changes in MySQL Workbench 8.0.16 (2019-04-25, General
Availability)


      * Functionality Added or Changed

      * Bugs Fixed

Functionality Added or Changed


      * The script editor now highlights matching pairs of
        parentheses when one of the pair is selected. (Bug
        #27473434, Bug #73167)

      * Microsoft Visual Studio support was upgraded from Visual
        Studio 15 to Visual Studio 17.

      * Previously, the output from running schema validation
        plugins on a MySQL model was distributed to
different
        areas of MySQL Workbench, making portions of the
        information easy to miss. The same functionality now
is
        shown in a single location and reorganized to
provide
        informational, warning, and error messages by
category. A
        new Validate tab also provides a simple way to
reselect
        and rerun validation tests from the output area in
the
        right side panel (see Schema Validation Plugins
(http://dev.mysql.com/doc/workbench/en/wb-validation-plugins.html)).

Bugs Fixed


      * MySQL Workbench stopped working when an existing table
        with an expression in a column of type BINARY was
        selected for editing. (Bug #29449200)

      * MySQL Enterprise Firewall could not be installed from the
        Enterprise Edition of MySQL Workbench. (Bug
#29359957,
        Bug #94335)

      * An incorrect-integer-value error resulted when the Table
        Data Import Wizard attempted to import CSV data to a
        valid database table. (Bug #29348922)

      * MySQL 5.7 tables exported to MySQL 8.0.14 or 8.0.15
        produced the following error: Unknown table
        'COLUMN_STATISTICS' in information_schema.
        (Bug#29344344, Bug #94294)

      * A successful connection made with SSH tunneling from a
        Linux host produced an ongoing loop of errors if an
        attempt was made to close the connection. (Bug
#29342871,
        Bug #94212)

      * The LATERAL keyword now conforms with the SQL editor
        convention to highlight and indent the words
considered
        keywords by MySQL. (Bug #29251184, Bug #94012)

      * An exception was raised when a valid path to the MySQL
        Enterprise Backup 8.0.14 or 8.0.15 executable was
        provided in the prerequisite settings. To back up
MySQL
        8.0.14 or 8.0.15 data, upgrade to MySQL Workbench
8.0.16
        or use MySQL Enterprise Backup 8.0.14 or 8.0.15
directly
        (see Introduction to MySQL Enterprise Backup
(http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql-enterprise-backup/8.0/en/intro.html)).
        (Bug #29246551)

      * An error in the generated mysql_rdbms_info.xml file
        caused MySQL Workbench to stop working. (Bug
#29237703,
        Bug #93987)

      * The size of the Table Data Import Wizard window changed
        unexpectedly between steps, causing the navigation
        buttons to vanish from visible range unless the
window
        was expanded to include them. (Bug #29200662, Bug
#93869)

      * With the GNOME desktop theme set to Adwaita (default) or
        Adwaita-dark, text selected within the SQL editor
was
        invisible. (Bug #29184506, Bug #93847)

      * The Command-V keyboard shortcut on macOS returned an
        error indicating that a paste-row operation was
        attempted, rather than the single-value paste used
to
        edit a field within the result grid following a
        successful query. (Bug #29137004, Bug #93710)

      * Executing a function or stored procedure caused an
        unexpected program shutdown on Linux hosts.
        (Bug#29134435)

      * The SQL beautifier feature produced no change when it was
        executed within the Triggers tab of the table
editor.
        (Bug #29133592)

      * The table inspector did not start properly and produced
        an error on macOS when it was selected from the
context
        menu of a valid table within the Schema tab.
        (Bug#29128333)

      * An exception was generated when the results of a query
        was toggled between visual explain and tubular
explain
        formats within the Execution Plan tab. (Bug
#29121364)

      * A user account that was deleted properly from Users and
        Privileges remained visible until the Administration
tab
        closed and reopened. (Bug #29061678)

      * New tables added to the canvas of an EER diagram
        displayed the table name bar only, without columns,
when
        the table tool (Place a New Table) from the vertical
        toolbar was used to add each table. (Bug #29056873)

      * Records imported from an external file, such as a CSV
        file, generated an exception when the operation was
        attempted from a macOS host. (Bug #29048933)

      * Each step shown in the MySQL Workbench Migration Wizard
        was masked and unreadable while the individual
operation
        executed. This fix modifies the contrast between the
text
        of the current step and the box used to highlight
it.
        (Bug #29048871)

      * On Windows 10, the scroll wheel (or mouse wheel) did not
        respond when used to scroll in any on-screen area
with a
        scroll bar. (Bug #29035906, Bug #93541)

      * Some keyboard shortcuts, such as Command-C, did not work
        within the SQL and model editors on macOS 10.14
hosts.
        (Bug #29034285, Bug #93186)

      * Rather than generating a warning or error when it
        detected an unknown SSH option in the ~/.ssh/config
file,
        MySQL Workbench became unresponsive. (Bug #29016708,
        Bug#92972)

      * The column-statistics option (Advanced Options) was
        selected by default in the Administration - Data
Export
        tab, which prevented the successful export of
databases
        from the 5.6 and 5.7 servers. (Bug #28918423, Bug
#92928)

      * The SQL editor and the Alter Table operation both
        reported errors on indexes with valid functional key
        parts and on expressions that were used as default
        values. (Bug #28832740, Bug #92908, Bug #28831069,
        Bug#92900)

      * The actions selected from the history-palette context
        menu did not produce any results. (Bug #28721233)

      * The code auto-completion feature in the query editor did
        not provide the expected behavior. (Bug #28443700,
        Bug#91859)

      * The Close Other Tabs action closed all tabs in the SQL
        editor when it was selected from the context menu of
the
        New table - table tab. (Bug #28257404)

      * MySQL Workbench stopped working on Linux hosts after a
        long period of use that included adding new tables
to an
        existing model. (Bug #28257141)

      * With a set of objects selected to import from the dump
        project folder, only the first object of the set was
        shown in the Schema Objects list, instead of all
selected
        objects. In addition, the first object was repeated
        multiple times in the list. (Bug #28222744)

      * MySQL Workbench was unable to start a session to the
        server on MacOS hosts until a successful login was
        performed at the command line first. (Bug #28165625)

      * Some keyboard shortcuts were unsuccessful when used
        properly. (Bug #28108104, Bug #91090)

      * A valid query using an appropriate server version for
        window functions displayed a syntax error at the
opening
        parenthesis of the first OVER clause in the query
editor.
        (Bug #27922827, Bug #90620)

      * The template that was generated for a table of a model
        did not include type values within the Datatype
column.
        (Bug #27025456)

      * Items listed within the Schemas tab were not visible when
        selected on Linux. (Bug #26579157, Bug #87321)

      * The test-connection action in older versions caused MySQL
        Workbench to stop working when it was used to test
        standard TCP/IP over SSH connections during the
initial
        setup. (Bug #21144432)

      * A warning was generated during attempts to migrate source
        tables from Microsoft SQL Server with a valid ODBC
driver
        if a column name included unrecognized characters.
The
        reverse engineering operation reported that an
impacted
        table had no column attributes, and the migration
stopped
        with errors later in the process. (Bug #18109616,
        Bug#71336)

      * The operation to check for MySQL Workbench updates (from
        Help) returned an error when used behind a proxy
server
        with authentication. (Bug #13864621, Bug #64308)


On Behalf of Oracle/MySQL Release Engineering Team,
Balasubramanian Kandasamy

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