This section documents all changes and bug fixes applied since the release of 1.3.4.
On Microsoft Windows, the Community and Commercial installers would create separate installations and registry entries for each. Each installer will now completely uninstall the other edition first, so that only one MySQL Utilities edition is installed at a time. (Bug #17353571)
The source packages of Utilities 1.3.4 were repackaged with only the GPL-referencing LICENSE and README files, signed and posted as 1.3.4a on dev.mysql.com for download. These source packages were identical to the original 1.3.4 community source packages, except README_com.txt and LICENSE_com.txt have been removed. (Bug #17316515, Bug #70050)
When running an export with the mysqldbexport utility, the foreign key check disable/enable statements were not being generated. The foreign key constraint settings are now generated in the form of SQL commands embedded in the output. (Bug #17271100)
On Microsoft Windows, the community and commercial build
descriptors were being shared, which caused the Uninstall option
Control Panel to list two
installations with the same name. The commercial edition is now
listed as "MySQL Utilities Commercial".
The rpl_admin MUT tests were improved. (Bug #17205680)
The mysqldiff utility now has a new
--skip-table-options option to ignore the
differences between all table options, such as AUTO_INCREMENT,
ENGINE, CHARSET, etc.). A warning is issued if the
--skip-table-options option is used and table
option differences are found.
(Bug #17061126, Bug #69669)