MySQL Notifier Release Notes  /  Changes in MySQL Notifier 1.1.5 (2013-12-18)

Changes in MySQL Notifier 1.1.5 (2013-12-18)

This section documents all changes and bug fixes applied to MySQL Notifier since the release of 1.1.4.

Functionality Added or Changed

  • MySQL connections can now be edited from within MySQL Notifier, and no longer requires MySQL Workbench to be installed.

  • The MySQL Utilities can now be opened from MySQL Notifier.

  • Notifier now automatically detects when Workbench is installed or uninstalled, and starts or stops monitoring its files, depending, which no longer requires MySQL Notifier to be restarted.

Bugs Fixed

  • After executing Action, Manage Monitored items, Instance, and then Add MySQL Instance, clicking Cancel would generate an unexpected fatal error. (Bug #17697914)

  • MySQL Instances linked to workbench connections were not removed automatically when MySQL Workbench was uninstalled. (Bug #17671410)

  • A "High Severity Error" would be generated at startup if MySQL Installer attempted to install the MySQL Server and MySQL Notifier, and failed to install the MySQL Server. (Bug #17432516, Bug #70282)

  • On Windows XP, if the current user lacked credentials to schedule tasks, the MySQL Notifier startup task was not scheduled after it was installed. (Bug #14388579)

  • The SQL editor submenu did not automatically refresh when connections were added or removed outside of MySQL Notifier while it was running.

  • Reinstalling MySQL Workbench would cause duplicate connection entries to be listed in MySQL Notifier.

  • Installing a MySQL Notifier package when a previous version of MySQL Notifier was installed could corrupt the configuration file.