Continued improvements and fixes to the 6.6 feature set.
Stored Procedure Debugging
This beta release removes several of the earlier limitations on stored procedure debugging:
Functions and triggers can now be debugged.
Intellisense is enabled in the debugger window.
The debugger supports the SQL grammar for all MySQL versions from 5.0 to 5.6.
When a debugging session is finished, stored routines that were instrumented are now restored to their original form.
You can now evaluate and change session variables, in addition to local variables in the procedure.
Conditional breakpoints are supported now.
When debugging a routine that has parameters, the debugger prompts for values to use for the parameters. These prompted values no longer overwrite session variables that have the same names.
You do not need to check the Save password checkbox when creating a new connection in Server Explorer.
These limitations remain:
Some MySQL functions cannot be debugged currently
set transaction level).
Only one debug session may be active on a given server.