DbViewSharp version 1.5.1
- Adds preset configurations to the profiler
- Adds a record-to-file option to the profiler
In the details below the numbers refer to issue numbers, which contain more details.EnhancementsAdd preset configurations to the profiler
Saves configuration of up to four different combinations of profiler events, columns and filters that can be then be selected to focus on the useful sections of the entire profiler output for the particular investigation in hand.143 Add a record-to-file option to the profiler
There may be times in a highly active database when it is difficult to pick out the exact sequence of SQL statements you want to examine from the profiler window. There is now an option to record all the trace events to a log file. 133 Release connections after an idle period period
DbViewSharp uses connection pooling to increase its responsiveness. A consequence of this is that no connection is released until the application is closed. For a heavy user this can mean that DbViewSharp can keep hold of a great deal of connections. In this version it periodically releases connections that have been unused for a period of time. There is no obvious change in behaviour to the user from this, but the application now holds fewer resources.Minor changes
- 150 Added two new fields to the linked servers grid.
- 134 Improved the Lock grid by adding a sort and enabling filter on database name.
- 154 Improved scripting of foreign keys taking into account whether they are enabled or disabled.
- 147 date columns in the profiler caused a crash.
- 155 searches connected with & were bot displayed correctly in the profiler.
- 151 prevent a user from switching tabs while a long fetch is in progress, which caused a crash.
- fixed a bug in the QuickDiff relating to untrimmed data