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  GoldFish 3.5 Release When and What?
By Ben Bahrenburg on Sunday, June 01, 2008 @ 12:02 PM
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We've been hard at work for the past few months on the 3.50 release of GoldFish.  We've taken this opportunity to introduce several new features such as:

  1. Visual Query Designer - You can down drag and drop your queries.  These features are aimed at allowing your Business Users to write complex queries without having to load SQL Files, or used hand written reports.
  2. SQL Editor History - We now allow you to track your SQL History across sessions.  You can configure the number of Distinct Queries you want saved, by default it will save the last ten.
  3. Last File Opened - This feature keeps track of the last file opened in the SQL Editor, PL/SQL Editor, and Visual Query Designer
  4. Schema Browser Data Browser Enhancements - Now when you're viewing a large table you can cancel loading all of it's data.
  5. Username Edit/Create Enhancements - We now support 11g creation methods
  6. Intellisense - The SQL Editor and PL/SQL Editor now has intellisense allowing you to enter Schema. and have  list of objects appear.  For example SCOTT. will load a list of all tables, views, functions, etc that belong to SCOTT.
  7. Code Snippet Support - We now ship with a series of default code snippets, similar to Visual Studio.  You simply press Ctrl+` or select the menu option and you will be prompted to select your snippet template.
  8. SQL Editor Speed Enhancements - The SQL Editor is now 3x faster.
  9. Multi - Connection Support - You can now connect to more then one database at a time.

These are the major updates for this released, we've also included other features such as Vista support, updated plug-in modeling, and better threading.

The GoldFish.Net development group hopes to have the final beta ready to release for testing by June 23rd, and the official release by July 7th.  I apologize for this release taking so long, but hopefully the long list of enhancements will make the delay worth while.

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