pgAdmin 4 v4.12 released

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pgAdmin 4 v4.12 released

Akshay Joshi
The pgAdmin Development Team are pleased to announce pgAdmin 4 version 4.12.
This release of pgAdmin 4 includes over 38 bug fixes and new features. For more details please see the release notes at:

    https://www.pgadmin.org/docs/pgadmin4/dev/release_notes_4_12.html.

pgAdmin is the leading Open Source graphical management tool for PostgreSQL. For more information, please see:

    https://www.pgadmin.org/

Notable changes in this release include:

  • Add support of Compound Triggers for EPAS 12+. 
  • Add support for planner support functions in PostgreSQL 12+ functions. 
  • Add support for generated columns in Postgres 12+.
  • Use the full tab space for CodeMirror instances on dialogues where appropriate.
  • Allow a banner to be displayed on the login and other related pages showing custom text. 
  • Allow enhanced cookie protection to be disabled for compatibility with dynamically addressed hosting environments.
  • Add an optimisation to the internal code responsible for searching for treeview nodes.
  • Display the row count in the popup message when counting table rows, not just in the properties list.
  • Add support in query history to show internal queries generated by pgAdmin during save data operations.
  • Update wcDocker to allow the browser's context menu to be used except in tab strips and panel headers
  • Fix generation of reverse engineered SQL for partition table, partitions were shown as a child of indexes.
  • Update wcDocker to prevent window state loading creating blank dialogues.
  • Ensure the query tool will work with older versions of psycopg2 than we officially support, albeit without updatable resultsets

Builds for Windows and macOS are available now, along with a Python Wheel,
Docker Container and source code tarball from:

    https://www.pgadmin.org/download/

RPM and DEB packages are expected to be available on the postgresql.org repositories within the next few days.

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Akshay Joshi
pgAdmin Project