Known limitation of this release: MySQL Connections Manager does not save the changes made to the default schema when editing a connection. Use one of the following workarounds to resolve this limitation:
For new connections created with MySQL Connections Manager in which a default schema is specified, close MySQL Connections Manager and then reopen it. After performing this action, you can add the connection to the Microsoft Visual Studio Server Explorer.
For existing connections, set the default schema with MySQL Workbench.
This release includes the following new functionality and bug fixes:
Removed Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
Added support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.
Added an output pane to the MySQL SQL Editor window. The new MySQL Output pane includes the information that previously appeared in the Messages tab.
The MySQL Data Export Tool exported data from the wrong schema when a second schema was selected and then deselected. In addition, all selected schemas were deselected when a single schema was deselected. (Bug #25713981, Bug #23666666)
Script files did not accept most keyboard input after the file was saved for the first time. (Bug #25713638, Bug #24751945)
The Field Type view in the result tab of an executed SQL query did not display field information correctly when the query included a schema name explicitly. (Bug #24601948, Bug #82882)
bit()data type was incorrectly implemented as
bit(10)for MySQL tables in the Table Designer window. (Bug #13477821)