WinSQL 11 Available on February 14, 2018
Synametrics Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce the release of WinSQL 11.
- Enhanced catalog caching, which tremendously reduces the loading time of WinSQL
- Lazy catalog fetching, allowing to catalog to load only when needed
- New plugin for YellowBrick
- Enhanced parametrized queries
- Query results can be saved to HTML using a special comment
- Ability to display errors in raw format
- Integration with Windows Scheduler is improved
Many new features and updates to existing features have been added in Version 10.0. These changes are listed below.
32 and 64 bit
WinSQL 10 is available for both 32 as well as 64 bit. The new feature allows developers to use 64 bit drivers if available. ODBC drivers load in the same memory
space as the client application and therefore, only work with applications that match with their bit architecture. Previous versions of WinSQL were only
available for 32-bit, forcing users to use a 32-bit driver. Starting from version 10, users have a choice of using either 32 or 64 drivers.
WinSQL 10 saves last working sessions automatically, allowing users to start their work exactly where they left off. This feature not only saves
queries, but also saves result grids and error messages. There is no need to save every file or query set, WinSQL will save them for you.
100% Unicode Compatible
Version 10 is 100% unicode compatible, allowing users to use non-English in their queries as well as results.
The new and improved interface allow users to easily access opened connection. Named Query panel is nicely tucked in the right hand side, giving more room
for writing queries.
Entity relationship diagrams are now part of the catalog, making them easier to access than ever before.
Version 10 offers significant performance enhancements over its predecessors, allowing users to start working immediately after establishing
a connection. This new version can optionally fetch database catalog using a secondary thread. A blue icon is displayed in the status bar while
this asynchronous fetching is in progress.
A blue icon is displayed when WinSQL is fetching catalog in the background.
Same icon turns green once catalog is fetched completely.