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How-To: Guide to Database Migration from MS Access using MySQL Workbench
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Edit: added sample table output in MySQL

MySQL Workbench 6.2 introduces support for MS Access migration. This tutorial should help you get your Access tables, indexes, relationships and data in MySQL.

Preparation

Because MS Access ODBC drivers are only available for Windows, migrating from it is also only possible from Windows. As for the destination MySQL server, you can have it in the same local machine or elsewhere in your network.

MS Access stores relationship/foreign key information in an internal table called MSysRelationships. That table is …

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New MySQL Workbench video
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The MySQL Workbench team just uploaded a new video to the MySQL channel at Youtube. This video is meant for beginners and describes the process of creating and troubleshooting connections in MySQL Workbench.

MySQL Workbench: Vertical Query Output
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MySQL Workbench have one nice feature which is probably a stranger for some of us. The name of this feature is vertical query output, it help in situations where the standard Workbench output will not be very useful. This functionality is very easy to use and in this post I’ll try to visualize some of it’s benefits.

First we need to know how to use it, so we’ve provided you two options to execute the query with vertical output. One of them is the menu bar where you can find item named Execute vertically, you’ll also find hint about the shortcut for that option it’s CTRL+ALT+RETURN.

After you know how to …

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MySQL Workbench 6.0: Help is on the way…
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Do you know this scenario: you are writing down  a stored procedure but you can’t for the life of you remember the exact syntax of that CASE statement? Has it to end with CASE or not? Can I use more than one WHEN part and how should that be written? Usually you end up opening a web page and read through the excellent MySQL online docs. However, this might cost too much time if you quickly need different statements and other detail info. Here’s where MySQL Workbench’s context help jumps in.

The server can help

It’s probably only known to the die-hard terminal operators who …

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Video Tutorial: Setup a Restricted SQL Server Account for Migrations with MySQL Workbench
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Some users have asked us what is the minimum set of privileges that your Microsoft SQL Server user needs to successfully migrate databases from SQL Server using the MySQL Workbench Migration Wizard. Even though we don’t execute any query that alters anything in your source RDBMS servers, it’s never a bad idea to add an extra security barrier around it.

In short, you need the VIEW ANY DEFINITION permission for the server and the CONNECT and SELECT permissions for the database(s) you want to migrate. But to make this easier for you, we have created a video tutorial showing how to create a user with these permissions using the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

How-To: Database Migration from Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise using MySQL Workbench
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In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to migrate your Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise databases to MySQL.

As usual, we’ll start with a couple assumptions:

  • You have MySQL Workbench 6.0 installed.
  • You have a running Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise database somewhere in your network. I’ll be using the pubs3 sample database that Sybase distributes with Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.
  • You have installed the Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise ODBC drivers in the same PC where MySQL Workbench is running. The ODBC drivers are …
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MySQL Workbench 6.0: Model Synchronization Improvements
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In MySQL Workbench 6.0, three longstanding issues related to model synchronization were addressed. In this post, we’ll cover how these issues can happen, the underlying cause and how to resolve them.

Model Synchronization

When you synchronize a model to a database, Workbench performs the following steps:

  1. Retrieve and reverse engineer the target schema from the database, to an internal representation that can be worked on by Workbench
  2. Compare the schema from the model with the corresponding schema from the database, object by object
  3. For each difference found, perform the …
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MySQL Workbench 6.0: Table Data Search
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scr 1. Location of Search table data on the main toolbar

One of the new features of MySQL Workbench 6.0 is Table Data Search. The main purpose of this was to ease data searching through the whole instance. Previously, we needed to use some tricks to get the query to run over all schemas that we’ve got on the server. Now it’s easy to find the searched term with much less hassle. This functionality is easy to use and provides searching through all columns and even all types. However, we …

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How-To: Database Migration from Sybase SQLAnywhere using MySQL Workbench
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In MySQL Workbench 6.0 two new additions have been made to the supported RDBMS sources list in the Migration Wizard: Sybase SQLAnywhere and SQLite. In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to migrate your Sybase SQLAnywhere databases to MySQL.

As usual, we’ll start with a couple assumptions:

  • You have MySQL Workbench 6.0 installed.
  • You have a running Sybase SQLAnywhere database in your local computer (i.e. the computer where you are running MySQL Workbench. I’ll be using the demo database that Sybase distributes with SQLAnywhere 12.
  • A …
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MySQL Workbench 6.0: Home Screen
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The home screen of MySQL Workbench is the first thing you see when you start up the application and it’s therefor an important hub to quickly reach important parts or do repeating tasks like opening certain connections. This article describes the home screen in some detail with additional info and tips.

There are 3 areas with the connection area being the biggest one which you can also expand by resizing the application window. In the rare case you need a very small window or have many entries each area has a paging control to flip between different parts of a …

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