The main thing in version 1.1 is that I have added a whole bunch of new output formats, so make it even easier to get your data out of expensive Oracle and into something more effective. The new formats supported are:
- MySQL - The format of this is a bunch of INSERT statements that you get when you use mysqldump for example and is useful for import into MariaDB (and MySQL). INSERT arrays are supported as a bunch of more options.
- JSON - This format is rather obvious, the output is a file consisting of one JSON object per row. To support binary data, which is a no-no in JSON, base64 encoding of binary data is also supported.
- JSON Array - The format is similar to JSON, but instead of separate objects per row, this format consists of one or more JSON arrays of JSON objects.
- HTML - This format will produce a valid HTML TABLE. This is sometimes useful when you want to view output data that includes UTF8 characters for example.
So, don't touch that dial!