MySQL Workbench 8.0.19 is unable to open a new connection to MySQL Server from the home screen if the server is not started and you cannot start a server by using the Workbench Administration feature. Administrative and SQL editing tasks require an online server for the duration of this issue. Feature tasks that you performed with an offline server in previous releases now return an error message indicating that the server is unreachable.
This issue is limited to MySQL Workbench 8.0.19. Thank you for your patience.
Workaround: Start MySQL Server independently before opening the Administration and SQL Query tabs in MySQL Workbench. On Linux, you can replace the MySQL Connector/C++ 8.0.19 library with the 8.0.18 library.
A new context menu item now copies the headers and rows of queried data with tabs as separators, making it convenient to copy and paste query results into Excel. Thanks to Raj Rao for the patch. (Bug #30568824, Bug #97712)
The following MySQL server language features are now supported: value references in
INSERTstatements, new options (TLS version, cipher suite, compression, and privilege check) in
CHANGE MASTER TOreplication statements, random passwords in
EXPLAIN ANALYZE, and
Context help for the keywords and functions in SQL queries now includes updated syntax and usage information.
MySQL Workbench 8.0.19 requires Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2019 on Windows.
MySQL Workbench now supports macOS 10.15 Catalina.
When attempting to export MySQL 5.7 data using MySQL Workbench 8.0, the server returned an error indicating that
INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMN_STATISTICSwas an unknown table. Consistent parameter use with mysqldump now skips the table as expected. (Bug #30515899, Bug #97520)
The SQL editor applied syntax-error highlighting to the
EXPLAINkeyword in a valid statement prefixed with
EXPLAIN ANALYZE, but the statement executed as expected. (Bug #30478023, Bug #97416)
A syntax error was generated for valid
ANALYZE TABLEstatements with either the
DROP HISTOGRAMclause. (Bug #30449796, Bug #97281)
Storage engines not supported by MySQL were listed as possible engines that could be selected for tables. Unsupported storage engines now are removed from the suggestion list. (Bug #30338754, Bug #96968)
An existing stored connection could not be replaced with a new connection having the same name when the attempt was made from the Source Selection step of the MySQL Workbench Migration Wizard. (Bug #30269513)
Identical text and highlighting colors used in the panel showing the steps of MySQL Workbench Migration Wizard made the current step unreadable. (Bug #30269474)
On macOS, theand buttons in the Export Recordset context window (for SQL
INSERTstatements) were mostly hidden. (Bug #30244028, Bug #96689)
lscommand produced an error message together with a list of files, no audit log for the error appeared in the Enterprise MySQL Audit Log Inspector. (Bug #30135391)
An original SQL Server record (for example, 1020.6) was copied inaccurately to the corresponding MySQL column (1020.0) when migrated using the
DECIMALdata type. Similarly, data migrated using the
NUMERICtype generated a type-conversion error. Now, both decimal and numeric values are stored as
DECIMALtypes to fix the resolution of the decimal value or to fix the type conversion. (Bug #30062094, Bug #96230, Bug #30263415, Bug #96744)
uniqueidentifierdata type in a SQL Server source table was interpreted during migration as type
VARCHAR(64) UNIQUEin the MySQL target column, instead of a
VARCHARcolumn to represent a GUID (UUID) that is not unique. (Bug #29355468, Bug #94066)
The relationship arrows within an EER diagram were not visible when the Dark Mode theme was enabled on a macOS host and the diagram was exported as a single page PDF file. This fix disables the theme in models to prevent conflicts with the colors assigned by the model editor. (Bug #29307893, Bug #94174)
An empty file list was shown when the
audit_log_filevalue was set to any location other than the MySQL server data directory. (Bug #22673089)