SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL provides the following new features and fixed issues:
8.9 New Features
- SQL DM for MySQL includes a query load profiling to Query Analysis along with a new interface for Query Details to make it easier to analyze query performance over time.
- Introduced new APIs for updating user passwords and LDAP bind user password.
- This version includes several Enterprise security improvements:
- Restrict access to individual custom dashboards and the ability to create new dashboards to newly created users.
- Capability to hide literals in SQL statements,
- Ability to remove default admin user, and rename the default Admin name.
- Improved audit log filtering, adding and excluding filter.
- Configurable SNMP trap format.
8.9 Fixed Issues
The Threads page now correctly displays queries that contains these “<” or “>” characters.
- The Event Details window now correctly displays the event values that contains special characters.
- The SSL settings now correctly save the changes after editing the servers.
- The client user filter option in the Sniffer settings now works correctly.
- The Locked and Locking Queries in Real-time are now available for MySQL 8.0+ servers.
- The Connection Type is no longer changing from SSL to Direct when editing a server using API.
- SQL DM for MySQL is no longer crashing when passing some arguments in the start command.
- SQL DM for MySQL now correctly exports CSV reports when applying filters in the Query Analyzer, Dashboard, and Real-time.
- All chart series are visible for MySQL 8.0+ version in the Dashboard and screens.