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Changes in MySQL Workbench 6.2.3 (2014-09-23, General Availability)

Bugs Fixed

  • On Linux (64-bit only), clicking Delete Row on a result grid would cause a crash. (Bug #19598295, Bug #73879)

  • Several issues were identified and fixed in the GRANT parsing logic for MySQL Enterprise Backup. Related unhandled exceptions are no longer generated. (Bug #19589202, Bug #72390)

  • On Windows, the Data Export functionality was escaping the $ symbol in table names, which resulted in mysqldump failing to find the table. (Bug #19553584)

  • On Windows, using the key combination Control + Shift + Z after altering a view could cause a crash. (Bug #19543544, Bug #73496)

  • The Set field(s) to NULL result field context-menu option did not function. (Bug #19499823, Bug #73079)

  • The SHOW SLAVE STATUS NONBLOCKING syntax introduced in MySQL 5.7 is now supported. (Bug #18383851)

  • In the SQL editor, code completion would freeze MySQL Workbench when used with a large (1000+ tables) database. (Bug #17457790, Bug #70338)