SQLyog MySQL GUI is the most powerful MySQL manager and admin tool, combining the features of MySQL Query Browser, Administrator, phpMyAdmin and various other MySQL Front Ends and MySQL clients in a single intuitive interface.
Visual Schema Designer
Visual Query Builder
Wizard Driven Migration Toolkit
Import tasks can be scheduled
Data Synchronization can be scheduled
Other Power Tools
Company wide Unlimited licensing at very attractive prices
Restoring/Importing large SQL dumps
MySQL 5.x objects support
Managing hosted MySQL
Relationship/Foreign Key Manager
Copy objects to another Host with single click
Optimized for managing Hosted MySQL
Multiple database connections
Table duplication with two clicks
Intelligent Code Completion
Advanced Connectivity Options
Complete Unicode/UTF8 Support
Developer / User Productivity
HTML Schema Documentation
Shortcuts to generate SQL DML statements from schema definition
Multi-tab Query Editor and Result-set Editor
Multiple Query Execution
Multi-threaded Query execution - Ability to stop long running queries
Excel-style grid interface to view/update resultsets
Multi-format Blob editor
View data in Grid/Text Mode
ResultSet/Data Export to CSV/XML/HTML/Excel
Full Support from 3.23.38 to the latest 5.x
Support for all MySQL table handlers
Excel friendly resultsets/table-data export to clipboard/file
Dialog-less table and resultset editor
Turbo Speed MySQL Management. Uses native MySQL C API - the fastest way
to communicate with MySQL server
100% keyboard friendly
Small compact binary
Minimal use of Registry
Easy migration of User Preferences by dragging and dropping config files.
Non-cluttered look and feel, ability to show/hide panes
* Added an option to use Base64 encoding for communicating XML data stream with the HTTP tunneller. Using this option can be required to work around this XML-related bug in PHP.
* Improved editor performance with large scripts if Wordwrap was enabled.
* On Windows Vista Business edition, SQLyog could crash while closing down. No other Windows OS (and also not any other Vista edition) was affected.
* Also a ‘hang™ could occur when closing down. It could happen with all systems, but Windows Vista was mostly affected.
* Schema Sync failed with identically named Foreign Key CONSTRAINTs on identically named colums of basically same type (that could still differ in LENGTH, SIGNED/UNSIGNED specification etc.)
* When a PK is built on a string column using a case insensitive collation, SJA could try to insert a row where the PK was identical to an existing one as compared “COLLATION-wise” (ie. when only LETTERCASE differed). That would result in ‘duplicate key™ error and the sync job would abort. We have now reverted back to case insensitive camparison with string-based PK™s as before 7.0, but (to avoid data loss/overwriting) we will abort sync of tables when a string-based PK uses a binary or case sensitive collation.
Changelog for this release:
* A Korean translation is now included.
* The localization tools have been updated. The compiler for building localizations is now up to 100 times faster than before. Also the XML has now been properly versioned. Refer this blog on how to download the localization kit.