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What's New in Navicat 16.1 - Part 2 Jul 21, 2022 by Navicat

Data Viewer

Better view for your data

We think you will particularly appreciate the improvement for highlighting the selected row and active cell. You can now easier to see your current place in Grid View.

We’ve improved the data alignment in Grid View. Previously, this made it difficult to view data between number column and text column, but now Navicat handles this situation well.

What's New in Navicat 16.1 - Part 1 Jul 21, 2022 by Navicat


Connection tree

  • Pressing Ctrl+F in connection tree will now open the Search box in tree. It activated another Search box before.
  • Adding shortcut in submenu to have quick access to create a new connection profile.

Find Customers Who Have Purchased More Than <i>n</i> Items Within a Given Timeframe Jul 18, 2022 by Robert Gravelle

Part of knowing your business is tracking sales metrics such as units sold and identifying your best customers. To that end, you'll probably want to begin with fetching data about customers who've made the most purchases throughout the month, quarter, year, or other time period. This data will allow you to analyze their buying patterns and identify trends. This blog will present a few sample queries to do that by combining the mighty Count() function with the GROUP BY and HAVING clauses.

Selecting Odd or Even Numbered Rows From a Table Jul 8, 2022 by Robert Gravelle

Having to select only odd or even rows from a table sounds like something that you'd never have to do, that is until you do. A quick Google search confirms that it's something that is done often enough, but, with few database practitioners knowing how, they invariably turn to online database communities in search of answers. As a reader of this blog, you can save yourself the trouble of scouring database forums for a solution, as we'll set the record straight right here today.

Exporting MySQL Tables to CSV Jun 10, 2022 by Robert Gravelle

A CSV is a Comma-Separated Values file, which allows data to be saved in a tabular format. It's long been the preferred format for transferring data between databases. More recently, Internet-driven formats such as XML and JSON have also gained much traction. CSV files are well suited to databases because they represent table data exceptionally well and can be used with just about any spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel or Google Spreadsheets. In today's blog, we'll be taking a look at a few ways to export table data to CSV in MySQL.

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