You can export data from MariaDB using mysqldump and a bunch of
other tools, but if you need really flexible output format, this
might not be what you need. Instead, give MyMDBDump a try. This
tool will export data just like mysqldump, but the output format
is a lot more flexible. I urge you to test it and check out the
documentation, but some if the features are, in short:
- Dynamic column support - Dynamic columns can be exported as binary, JSON or even as SQL, where I think the latter is a pretty unique feature.
- Oracle export format - This exports data as INSERT statements, just like mysqldump, but in an Oracle friendly way.
- MS SQL / SQL Server format - This exports data as SQL Server friendly INSERTs.
- Binary data formats - Supporting plain binary, base64, hex and a number of more formats.
- Transaction support.
- JSON export support - Including embedding dynamic columns …