The MySQL Windows Experience team is proud to announce
the release of MySQL Notifier version 1.1.6.
MySQL Notifier enables developers and DBAs to easily
monitor, start and stop all their MySQL database instances. It provides a
familiar Microsoft SQL Server look and feel and integrates with MySQL
MySQL Notifier is installed using the MySQL Installer for
Windows which comes in 2 versions:
- Full (150 MB) which includes a complete set of mysql
products with their binaries
included in the download
- Web (1.5 MB - a network install) which will just pull
the MySQL Notifier over
the web and install it when run.
You can download MySQL Installer from our official
Downloads page at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/.
Changes in MySQL Notifier 1.1.6 (2014-09-22)
"High Severity Error" was thrown when restarting Notifier if MySQL
services/products had been removed while Notifier was not
running. (Bug #19439604, Bug #73576)
"High Severity Error" was thrown when a my.ini file for a monitored
MySQL instance was deleted. (Bug #19422802, Bug #73539)
updates detected by MySQL Installer were not being communicated back to MySQL Notifier. Now, the Notifier correctly
displays notifications for available updates. (Bug #19219905)
Notifier would fail to start when a monitored service name
contained the string "MySQL" since it was being treated as a MySQL
server service. Now, the detection of MySQL services
has been fixed to select real MySQL Server services. (Bug
#19078684, Bug #73135)
MySQL Workbench's connections from within Workbench, or by
deleting the MySQL Workbench connections.xml file, now removes
those MySQL connections from the SQL editor sub menus of
corresponding monitored services in MySQL Notifier. (Bug #18163378)
Actions, Check for updates, and then No, would throw a
"High Severity Error". (Bug #17858917)
Notifier now handles MySQL Fabric, MySQL Fabric managed, and unknown connections, in the instances dialog. Fabric connections are not shown,
"Fabric Managed" connections are shown in the Manage
Instances dialog with "Type = Fabric Managed". MySQL connections
that do not use a native, SSH, socket, or Fabric driver are
treated as unknown and not shown.
Enjoy and thanks for the support!