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MySQL Workbench vs MySQL Query Browser

Thread began 10/03/2010 9:13 pm by stprix49407889 | Last modified 10/04/2010 1:59 pm by Jason Byrnes | 6021 views | 1 replies |


MySQL Workbench vs MySQL Query Browser

I download the workbench but it really looks different than the video training. There is a window that looks like the Server Instance but it has TCP/IP, Local Socket, etc. I picked local socket and indicated myDB, then I got an error message and cannot x out the unexpected error message.

Cannot find the Admin to be able to click restore and import the 3 database from the Database starter kit.

Thanks for your help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to import an sql script using the workbench, you will first need to connect to the MySQL server.

Once connected to the server go to File -> Open SQL File.

In the Schema List, make sure to select the database you wish to use as the default schema, then press the lightning bolt icon to execute the sql script.

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