This section documents all changes and bug fixes applied since the release of 5.0.13beta.
Amenu option has been added to the menu. This option displays information about your system that is useful when reporting a big.
Aoption has been added under the menu option. This option expands an object on an EER diagram. For example, if a table has a long column name that is not fully displayed, using this menu option will expand the table making the column name visible.
Classic, do not permit expansion or contraction. undoes the operation performed by .
The GRT inspector has been improved to support new types. Namely:
This makes it much easier to change object properties manually. Multiple selection support has also been improved—you can easily change a value for several selected objects at once.
Anmenu option has been added under the , menu option.
Because of serious performance and display issues Workbench no longer uses Mesa. For those users who don't have native OpenGL support, Workbench now uses the Windows GDI API. The command line switch for using this mode is
-swrendering. For more information about running Workbench from the command line see Launching.
When exporting an SQL CREATE script it was possible to create two tables in the same schema with the same name. (Bug #34668)
After placing related tables on an EER diagram and then removing them using themenu option, the connection lines between related tables no longer showed up. (Bug #34601)
When choosing themenu option the file dialogue box file type was
All Filesinstead of
PNG. The same was true for and . The default is now the appropriate file type. (Bug #34548)
If there was a relationship between table
Band also one between table
A, the connection lines appeared on top of each other. Connection lines now appear attached at the related columns. (Bug #34543)
When there were multiple tables with long identifiers the
Physical Schematasection of the
MySQL Modelpage was messy. Table names were obscured and sometimes overlapped. Also, the position of the
Add Tableicon was not optimal. Now the space between table names is adjusted to the largest entry and the
Add Tableicon is fixed in the upper left corner. (Bug #34536)
When returning to the
SQL Export Filterpage after using the button, filters were no longer selected. Selections now persist. (Bug #34503)
The export filters were applied more than once when forward engineering an SQL
CREATEscript. This happened if you exported the script after using the button on the
SQL Export Filterpage. (Bug #34501)
When the object notation was Workbench Classic the width of a table on an EER diagram could not be less than the widest column. If there was an enum column with many options, this made for a disproportionately wide table. Table width can now be less than the widest column. (Bug #34496)
When multiple objects on an EER diagram were selected and deleted, Workbench crashed. This happened when both connections and tables were selected. (Bug #34434)
Setting a column to
AUTO_INCREMENTcaused the application to crash. (Bug #34418)
It was reported that you could not add a primary key to a table imported from a MySQL
CREATEscript. This was not true but did highlight the fact that the method for adding a primary key was not obvious. Now, in addition to adding a primary key by double-clicking the icon to the left of a column in the table editor view, you can also add a primary key by checking the
PRIMARY KEYcheck box in the
Column Detailssection of the table editor. (Bug #34408)
When using the menu optionan exception was thrown. A new tree-less version of the Diff report plugin resolves this problem. (Bug #34396)
Users failed to be created when exporting an SQL
CREATEscript. (Bug #34342)
When a table's
expandedproperty was set to
0, the connection line between related tables, appeared at a diagonal orientation. A connection line is now docked on the sides of a table even when the
expandedproperty is set to
0. (Bug #34249)
Copying a table from the
MySQL Modelpage to an EER diagram canvas created a duplicate table with the same name as the original. This table did not show up in the
Catalogpalette or in the appropriate schema in the
Physical Schematasection of the
MySQL Modelpage. (Bug #34230)
Creating a new foreign key did not update an EER diagram. An EER diagram is now updated immediately. (Bug #34206)
When there were many tables on an EER diagram, constant screen refreshing made the application unusable. The performance of the software rendering mode has been improved. (Bug #33646)
A table with many columns did not display properly. When the table was expanded on an EER diagram it was impossible to scroll down and view all the columns. Improved rendering has helped solve this problem. However, for very large tables you may have to increase the size of an EER. To do this use the, menu option. (Bug #33367)
When changing the foreign key column of a table on an EER diagram, the foreign key did not change color and Workbench crashed when attempting to save the MWB file. The application no longer crashes and the foreign key is updated. (Bug #33139)
It was not possible to resize a table that used the
Workbench (Default)object notation. This was problematic for a number of reasons:
Long table names make the table very wide.
Column definitions that are long relative to the table name, are truncated.
Even if you trimmed column names using the Diagram tab of the
Workbench Optionsthe names were sometimes truncated bled over the table border.
This has been corrected. (Bug #32981)
When there were two schemata and two EER diagrams tables did not show up on the EER diagram if tables from different schemata were added to different EER diagrams. This was caused by defective software rendering. (Bug #32588)
When forward engineering to a live database, objects not selected on the
Select Objectspage were still created. This applied to tables, routines, and users. (Bug #32578)
It was not possible to drag or resize tables on an EER diagram. Tables can now be manually resized. To revert a table to automatic sizing use the
Propertypalette and set
manualSizingto True. (Bug #32549)
In the Image tool, canceling the open file dialog caused a crash. (Bug #32453)
The display turned black when the application was resized. This happened when viewing the
MySQL Modelpage or when viewing an EER diagram. (Bug #23959)