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tail -f for database tables?

ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 years ago in News Permalink
the "f" parameter in the UNIX tail command stands for "follow". Probably you have used it for logfile monitoring, a fantastic feature!

Now you can do the same in a MySQL table, using HeidiSQL: Just click Tools > Auto-refresh > Active (or press Ctrl+F5) to start monitoring a table's data:

This feature has been implemented moments ago. Select Help > Check for updates in HeidiSQL or go here to get the latest build.
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Code modification/commit from ansgar.becker, 9 years ago, revision 3830
Fix access violations caused by query helpers columns node, accessing selected tree node when nothing is selected. See

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