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SQLScout 6.2.0 Released

Changelog Added support for IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1.3 (CE and Ultimate).
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SQLScout 6.1.0 Released

Changelog New database connection monitor! SQLScout will monitor “Live Device”, downloaded Android database and file-system-based database connections, keeping the “Database Explorer” view always up-to-date. The new database connection...
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SQLScout 6.0.0 Released

Changelog Added support for Android Studio 3.4.
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SQLScout 5.2.0 Released

Changelog Room support improvements: Tool tip in the “Execute SQL Statement” editor actions now displays the name of the data source to use to execute a Room query. Fixed bug where the “Execute SQL Statement” editor actions did...
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SQLScout 5.1.0 Released

Changelog Added support for opening SQLite databases Write-Ahead Logging (WAL). Please note that this fix affects opening databases in the file system or downloaded from Android devices (e.g. Room databases). Opening Android databases through SQLScout’s...
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SQLScout 5.0.0 Released

Changelog Added support for Android Studio 3.3. Updated SQLite JDBC driver to version 3.25.2. This version supports Sqlite’s UPSERT and window functions. Please note that the “Live Device Connection” feature does not use SQLScout’s...
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SQLScout 4.4.2 Released

Changelog Fixed usages of APIs removed in Android Studio 3.2. Added support for debugging SQLite databases in Android applications built with Xamarin.
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SQLScout 4.4.1 Released

Changelog Improved handling of database connection errors. When SQL Scout fails to connect to a database: The database’s icon in the “SQLite Explorer” is decorated with a red “X”. Hovering over the database’s icon in...
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SQLScout 4.4.0 Released

Changelog Added support for Android Studio 3.2 Beta 2, while keeping backwards compatibility with Android Studio 3.1.x. Fixed bug where uploading database file to device failed with “file already exists” error.
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SQLScout 4.3.0 Released

Changelog “Live Device Connection” now works with Samsung and non-rooted devices (this version of SQLScout requires SQLScout Server 4.1 or newer.) When creation of a “Live Device” connection fails due to a failed connection to...
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