Comments for MySQL : Connections in SQL Developer
Will said...Needs to be updated, "platform independent version" is no longer available on the download page.
Yes it is. If you click the link next to "JDBC Driver for MySQL (Connector/J) ", it takes you to another page that lets you download the "platform independent version". I've altered the wording slightly to make that more obvious.
Heather said...thanks! this was a huge help :)
Malio said...I love this. it worked for me. Thank you it was a big help
Abhi said...i'm getting error : the server time zone value 'CDT' is unrecognized - IN MAC OS. Can you tell me the detail steps how to fix the problem
Sorry. I never do anything with MySQL on Mac. I always use Oracle Linux. I guess my only suggestion would be to Google it. Sorry.
Jack said...Currently I am using SQL Developer to make a connection to MySqL server. Does anyone how I can do a similar way to dump/export the data, something as mysqldump does ?
You can probably use the export functionality in SQL Developer, assuming it supports connections other than Oracle.
Elena said...Tnak you!!!
Anonymous said...Thank u, it helped me a lot
Maurits Groenenberg said...jdbc driver should be 5.0.4, as documented by Oracle, otherwise you get error:
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