Database Designer for PostgreSQL 1.2.7 released

Version 1.2.7 (December 15, 2008)

Table dependent composite type can be used now as well as others User Defined Types. Repair Model improved. Bugs with SQL Reverse Engineering fixed. Constraints support TABLESPACE and FILLFACTOR options.

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Full changelog:

[!] Table dependent composite type can be used now

[+] "Use SQL standard type names instead of specific PostgreSQL" option added

[+] ALTER TABLE ... ADD CONSTRAINT supported in SQL Script Reverse Engineer now

[+] AutoInc option is set for columns with SERIAL and BIGSERIAL types while SQL Script Reverse Engineer

[+] Comment support for constraints, indices, triggers and rules added

[+] Fill Factor and Tablespace support added for UNIQUE and PRIMARY KEY constraints

[*] Added checking to exclude return type "trigger" for stored routine in SQL language

[*] Object creation order can be changed in Generate Database now

[*] Repair Model improved for stored routines

[*] Scale of underlying numeric type of domain is reversed now

[-] "CREATE TABLESPACE cannot be executed from a function or multi-command string" error fixed

[-] "EAccessViolation error occured while Reverse Engineer table field with user defined type" bug fixed

[-] "EZeroDivide: Floating point division by zero" bug fixed

[-] "Impossible to select "xml" and "bit varying[]" types" bug fixed

[-] "Index Manager doesn't allow edit attributes" bug fixed

[-] "Invalid Type Cast error while Reverse Engineer SQL Script with table constraints" bug fixed

[-] "Schemas have invalid object identifiers after Reverse Engineer SQL Script" bug fixed

[-] "Sometimes objects have smaller width then needed after zooming" bug fixed

[-] "SQL Script Reverse Engineer failed for numeric precision and scale" bug fixed

[-] "SQL Script Reverse Engineer incorrectly parses dollar-quoted stored routine definition" bug fixed

[-] "SQL Script Reverse Engineer incorrectly parses single-quoted stored routine definition" bug fixed

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