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Re: Matematica Beginner/Student and Mysql

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  • Subject: [mg122486] Re: Matematica Beginner/Student and Mysql
  • From: Armand Tamzarian <mike.honeychurch at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2011 04:20:05 -0500 (EST)
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On Oct 28, 8:42 pm, ejules <webereju... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Everybody.. I hope this is the right place to post...
>
> I'm student and currently trying to connect a mysql database running
> locally on 127.0.0.1:3306 localhost, including the database
> Testdatabase with table Testtable.
> I try now to connect with Mathematica:
>
> Needs["DatabaseLink`"];
> SqlConnection[
>  JDBC["MySQL(Connector/J)", "localhost:3306/testdatabase"],
>  "Name" -> "TestDB", "Username" -> "root", "Password" -> ""]
> conn1 = OpensqlConnection["TestDB"]
> SQLTableNames[conn1]
>
> Unfortunately my Ouptut is only a echo of what i wrote but not the
> result i'm looking for
> afterwards i would like to send standard sql queries to retrieve
> data...
> Anyone could help me? Step by step? I never used Mathematica before,
> but as my datasets are pretty large and manipulating data in tables is
> very convienient, i would really appreciate any help..
>
> Thank you! ejules

Needs["DatabaseLink`"];
conn = OpenSQLConnection[
   DatabaseLink`JDBC[ "MySQL(Connector/J)",
    "localhost:3306/testdatabase"], "Username" -> "root",
   "Password" -> ""];

your connection to testdatabase should now be open. So try this out
out:

SQLExecute[conn, "SELECT * FROM testdatabase LIMIT 10"]

Mike



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