Surabhi Bhat MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.8 has been released
May 04, 2018; 12:59
MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.8 has been released
Dear MySQL users,
The MySQL Windows Experience Team is proud to announce the release of MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.8.
This is a maintenance release for 1.2.x. It can be used for production environments.
MySQL for Visual Studio is a product that includes all of the Visual Studio integration functionality to create and manage MySQL databases when developing .NET applications.
MySQL for Visual Studio is installed using the MySQL Installer for Windows which comes in 2 versions: * Full (386.6 MB) which includes a complete set of MySQL products with their binaries included in the downloaded bundle. * Web (1.7 MB - a network install) which will just pull MySQL for Visual Studio over the web and install it when run.
You can download MySQL Installer from our official Downloads page at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/.
MySQL for Visual Studio can also be downloaded by using the product standalone installer found at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/windows/visualstudio/.
Changes in MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.8 (2018-05-04, General Availability)
* Functionality Added or Changed
* Bugs Fixed
Functionality Added or Changed
* When Microsoft Visual Studio receives a request to register (or unregister) MySQL for Visual Studio within the IDE during the installation, Visual Studio might not execute the command properly if the host is running Windows 7. This fix identifies when Visual Studio does not register MySQL for Visual Studio as requested and then provides an alert to perform the registration manually from the Developer Command Prompt for Visual Studio using the following command:
devenv /updateconfiguration /log
(Bug #27365261, Bug #87902)
* MySQL for Visual Studio now supports the MySQL 8.0 release series (requires Connector/Net 6.9.12, 6.10.7, or 8.0.11) including:
+ MySQL data dictionary, which uses INFORMATION_SCHEMA tables rather than tables in the mysql database (see MySQL Data Dictionary
In addition, MySQL for Visual Studio now requires that .NET Framework 4.5.2 (or later) be installed for use within Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013.
* The Website Configuration Tool was unable to add an ADO.NET entity data model to an ADO.NET web application successfully. In addition to aligning the web.config file with the installed version of Connector/Net, this fix also disables the Entity Framework 5 selection when the installed connector no longer includes a provider for EF5 (Connector/Net 6.10 and higher). (Bug #27593219)
* Queries made with a valid MySQL connection received no response from the server. (Bug #27584991)
* When the MySQL for Visual Studio parser was unable to ?? parse an SQL statement, it generated an unhandled exception that caused Visual Studio to exit unexpectedly. This fix enables the parser to handle exceptions properly and updates the parser to include support for CREATE USER syntax in the MySQL 8.0 release series. (Bug #27580303)
* The version for the MySql.Web assembly was incorrectly extracted, which prevented the assembly from loading properly and the MySQL Website Configuration Tool from launching. (Bug #27450530)
* Attempting to open the MySQL Web Configuration Tool, with MySQL Connector/Net and MySQL for Visual Studio prerequisites installed properly, displayed an error message instead of opening the tool. (Bug #27365141, Bug #88570)
On Behalf of MySQL Release Engineering Team, Surabhi Bhat
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