This release brought improved importing capabilities, simplified configuration, UI cleanup, and much more.
- Configuration files coming from before phpMyAdmin 2.3.0 (released on 2002-08-11) are no longer supported.
- You can still use your config.inc.php file, but this file can be simplified, containing only the parameters you want to change from their corresponding default value in config.default.php.
- New plugin-based import module
- Some pages now use fieldsets for better look
- Better support for information_schema
- Upgrade script new options
- Better displaying of privileges when there are differences between the various user definition tables
- Structure: count unique value for each field
- Can now limit the list of shown languages
- User-specific upload and save server directories
- Remove Drop tab for mysql database
- New transformation: SQL pretty printing
- Ability to limit maximum size of extended insert
- Support for searching in the foreign key window
- Can now replace an existing bookmark
- New shortcuts for IP rules
- Detect lack of privileges for "Create new table"
- Wrong display of localized MySQL error messages
- Need to select the primary key for MIME-based print view
- Handling of ENTER key when adding fields
- InnoDB: truncating icon and exact row count
- After dropping a db, links were missing
- Strict mode and auto-increment fields insertion
- Collation change for ENUM and SET
- Display problems on special characters in column name
- Links for MySQL documentation
- Escaping of "_"
- Could not edit privileges when different host in db and user
- Changing auto-increment value for InnoDB
- Correct sort order for foreign-key dropdowns
- Group database by rightmost separator
- Performance problem when inserting huge BLOBs
- Calendar popup and time beginning by 0
- (pl1) Security fix on variable import_blacklist
- (pl2) Create table dialog was not displayed on some MySQL 4.0.x installations
Version compatible with PHP 4+ and MySQL 3+.
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