Here is the first bug-fix update this year. Many issues have been fixed, the most important of which are:
Collations are now placed after schemas in the database tree. If you want to hide them, put collation:-.* into Data source properties → Options tab → Object filter.
DBE-5703: А correct DDL statement is now generated when a PostgreSQL function with defaults is dropped.
DBE-5608: Amazon Redshift data source synchronization works now.
DBE-5404: The editor now recognizes the
WITH NO SCHEMA BINDING syntax in Redshift.
FETCH ALL IN <cursor name> doesn’t return errors anymore.
FOR EACH ROW WHEN in triggers shows the correct clause.
DBE-4983: SQL generator doesn’t add the ‘n’ character in new lines in Oracle anymore.
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