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No one has ever imagined dbForge would do it to Google Sheets!

Posted by on March 27th, 2018

”Wow!’, ”Cool!’, “Fantastic!”, “A revelation!” – this was the first reaction of our colleagues when we presented fresh dbForge Studio for MySQL, v7.4 to them. Indeed, our team has done a huge work in to meet our customers’ needs and expectations. In a bid to fulfill this objective, we have enhanced our renowned MySQL GUI tool with the most timely and essential features, improvements and updates. And now, we are eager to unveil all these awesome additions to dbForge Studio for MySQL to you. The list turned out to be quite impressive and long, but believe us, it is worth at least looking through. To put the story short, let’s start!

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Export a MySQL Table to a CSV File Methods Overview

Posted by on May 30th, 2011

To perform successful export of a MySQL table to a CSV file you will need the dbForge Studio for MySQL database management tool. You can download it for free and evaluate its features during a 30-day trial period.

A comma-separated values (CSV) file is a simple file format that is widely supported, so it is often used to move tabular data between different computer programs that support the format. CSV file is a text format for a database table. Each record in the table is one line of the text file. Each field value of a record is separated from the next with a comma. For example, a CSV file might be used to transfer information from a database to a spreadsheet or another database. Of course, there are more advanced formats to store data, for example, XML, but CSV does have one advantage over XML. CSV has much lower overhead, thereby using much less bandwidth and storage than XML.

Now let’s analyse how one can save data from a MySQL table to a CSV file.

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GUI dbForge Studio for MySQL, v4.50.311 Released

Posted by on October 27th, 2010

Changes (as compared to 4.50.308) include:
Bug fixes:
* Removed spaces in the integer and float format in Data Export wizard (T23612)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on saving a database project with opened table editors (T23519)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on deleting a table from a database with an opened inactive editor (T56081)
* Fixed NullReferenceException on auto hiding a tool window (T56033)
* Added possibility to edit a definer for triggers in the trigger editor (T23357)
* Fixed problem with BINARY(16) column type on selecting its data to the Data Editor (T23292)
* Fixed problem with empty gray windows after editing a table in the modal editor from Database Designer (T23164, T23018)
* Fixed link on the first page in the product tour (55629)
* Fixed syntax checking for some constructions in CREATE TABLE statements (55161)
* Fixed lost connection on the data comparing (T22521)
* Impossibility to disable Code Completion in the Express edition was fixed (54932)
* Files in database projects are saved with a relative path now (54378)

Downloads: http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/download.html
Ordering: http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/ordering.html