MySQL front end client for Linux released!
Posted on: 09/14/2004 06:37 AM

Navicat 5.0.2 (MySQL tools) has been released.

What is new in this version:
Navicat (MySQL administration tool) supports Stored Procedure and Batch Job Scheduling in this new version. Here is a list of other enhancements.

1. Support MySQL 4.1 and MySQL 5.0 (stored procedure)
2. Support Foreign Key setting
3. Batch Job and Scheduling
4. Duplicate Tables
5. Empty Tables
6. Execute SQL Batch file

Navicat is an ideal solution for MySQL administration and development. This all-inclusive mysql front end provides a powerful graphical interface for databases management, development and maintenance. Easy installation and intuitive interface make it irreplaceable tool for mysql on the web or your local desktop. Navicat allows you to Modify data, Create or Run SQL queries, Manage user privileges, Backup/ Restore database and migrate Database from server to server.

Navicat supports KDE and GNOME. An evaluation version of Navicat for Linux is avaliable for download at http://www.navicat.com/shareware.php3

Navicat has an intuitive Access-like graphical interface and available in Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

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