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All I want for Christmas is...

superspace's profile image superspace posted 16 years ago in General Permalink
All I want for Christmas is...

HeidiSQL 3.0 final :lol:

Keep up the good work HeidiSQL team.

Why I like HeidiSQl:

1. Its power to weight ratio is amazing. (for less than 2MB its punching above its weight)
2. GUI is simple & intuitive
3. Its stable & fast
4. Where point 3 doesn't hold, its quick and easy to kill.
5. Point 3 is improving constantly.
6. Its free.

HeidiSQL brings a smile to my face every time I open it up .. like this :D
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 16 years ago Permalink
Thanks a lot! We will drop some more eyes on point 3 I think :)

3.0 final for christmas? hmm.. maybe possible! 8)
superspace's profile image superspace posted 16 years ago Permalink
Woohoo!

I hope Santa doesn't come late this Year! :lol:
superspace's profile image superspace posted 16 years ago Permalink
Not too long to go till Christmas...

Can't wait... although i'd wait a while longer if it means it will be more stable :)
DeKemp's profile image DeKemp posted 16 years ago Permalink
Christmas 2006, please!
Silvester auch gut.

Dann w
volkmar's profile image volkmar posted 16 years ago Permalink
Hallo,
Nutze schon seit ein paar Jahren MySQL-Front.
Mit dem upgrade auf 4.1 MySQL bei meinem Provider begannen die Probleme.
Habe dann aber Heidi gefunden!happy
Was mir noch fehlt, ist ein Konverter von access --> MySQL, also der
ODBC-Import vom MySQL-Front.
Habe mir gerade den Intelligent Converter von convert-in.com gekauft.
Leider interpretiert er die ja/nein Felder nicht als ENUM ('True','False') sondern als TINYINT(4) und alle Datenbankabfragen funktionieren nicht mehr! :cry:
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 16 years ago Permalink
The ODBC-import tool from MySQL-Front 2.5 has been completely nuked as there were too many bugs in it, and we had several problems with dataloss and identification of datatypes. The import-tool has not been rewritten yet for the RC4.

But I can give away some other secrets which will be in RC4:
- a SQL-Help window which is context-sensual on keywords written in the Query-tab
- completion-proposal in the Query-tab, including SQL keywords, functions, tablenames and columnnames
- a new list containing command-statistics
- a simple snippet-management.

these 4 new things are only a small fragment of a huge changelog... :D
volkmar's profile image volkmar posted 16 years ago Permalink
Is there any way to make a connection by MySQL-Front with MySQL 4.1, only for ODBC Import? I never had problems with bugs by ODBC-Import.

When I start MySQL-Front, I get information, that I must make update. :?

The only small bug with Heidi, wich I have, is, that she is standing on end, when she is ready, and does
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 16 years ago Permalink
In MySQL-Front 2.5 there was a menu-item in Import/Export called ODBC-Import. Click on it and you will be asked for a source-database (ODBC-DSN or MS-Access file). Then MySQL-Front 2.5 will try to detect all column-types, defaults and other properties. The latter thing is kind of buggy if I rememeber correctly. But you should try it. :)
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 16 years ago Permalink
Ah, and thx a lot for the donation! :)

As most of them the last one was done anonymously, so I can only assume the last one was from you?
volkmar's profile image volkmar posted 16 years ago Permalink
In deed, it was. smile

But my problem is the connect with MySQL-Front to MySQL 4.1

After Update by my provider, I skip the 3. MySQL maschine an also upgrade at 4.1
Now I get no connection when I start MySQL-Front. The answer is:
"Connection failed.
1251 - Client does not support authentification protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client."

and without connection I can`t use ODBC import.
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 16 years ago Permalink
ok, understand: You have a 4.1+ server and want to use MySQL-Front 2.5. But I have no clue how to solve this. Maybe you can use some other tool for importing from Access?
volkmar's profile image volkmar posted 16 years ago Permalink
from support convert-in.com I get the answer that it still convert MS Access true/false into MySQL 1/0 because it is the most proper conversion.
So I change the fields Yes / No in Access in text and with search/"ersetzen" No to False an Yes to True my problem is not more exist.

But Access-to-MySQL is verry slowly, what the ODBC Convert from MySQL-Front done in 30 sec., the new tool need over 5 min.
goyvind's profile image goyvind posted 16 years ago Permalink

In deed, it was. smile

But my problem is the connect with MySQL-Front to MySQL 4.1

After Update by my provider, I skip the 3. MySQL maschine an also upgrade at 4.1
Now I get no connection when I start MySQL-Front. The answer is:
"Connection failed.
1251 - Client does not support authentification protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client."

and without connection I can`t use ODBC import.



Try to reset the password to "pre-4.1", see: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/old-client.html
DeKemp's profile image DeKemp posted 16 years ago Permalink
You have officially been paypalled!
Transactie-id: 9R075294FT622323Y

To get you through the dark days of Christmas.

Walter
:D
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 15 years ago Permalink
Ah many thanks, DeKemp!!
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 15 years ago Permalink

All I want for Christmas is...
HeidiSQL 3.0 final :lol:



Done: 3.0 final is out. Grab it from here: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/heidisql/HeidiSQL_3.0_Setup.exe?download
superspace's profile image superspace posted 15 years ago Permalink
Really appreciate RC4 just before Christmas and now V3 Final happy

I've just downloaded this latest version, and the speed is starting to look more like MysqlFront2.5.

I love the fact that exporting to a different server is now working. It has already come in handy... showing it off to one of my colleagues.

I will be looking forward to exploring new features in the coming days.

Thanks again!

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