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MySQL, Stored Procedure Editor

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I'm not sure if this is a bug, something that is working as designed or if this needs to be a feature request. Apologies if this post needs to be moved. This behavior has been seen in 6.5 and 8.0. When we view a stored procedure from a MySQL database, the stored procedure editor is missing the "DEFINER=..." part of the CREATE PROCEDURE clause. I can see that this part was returned in the "Create Procedure" column when doing the "SHOW CREATE PROCEDURE ..." query. Our DBA and engineering staff would love to be able to use the editor, but this piece being removed is causing some issues. Why does DbVisualizer strip this out? Can it be configured to leave the DEFINER in? Thanks in advance.

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Re: MySQL, Stored Procedure Editor
Josh, This is now fixed in the 8.0.8 version. http://www.dbvis.com/products/dbvis/download/ Regards Roger
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Re: MySQL, Stored Procedure Editor
Hi Josh, I have implemented a solution so it will be included in the next maintenance release. Best Regards, Hans
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Re: MySQL, Stored Procedure Editor
Thank you Hans. I look forward to seeing the fix!
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Re: MySQL, Stored Procedure Editor
Hi Josh, Thanks for reporting this. It is an omission on our part. I have opened a ticket to get it fixed. Best Regards, Hans