Finally enter a user named ‘root’ and click ok. At the bottom of this dialog you should see a select box labeled ‘driver class name’ – select the following and click ok. For some reason it took me several tries to get this SQL plugin working with eclipse and MySQL so I decided it would be a good idea to throw the steps online for anyone else who might run into the same problems I did. Just click the Edit button, and specify the correct location of the jar. Select the ‘other’ option and you should get another dialog box with an option for ‘SQL Explorer’. Install Eclipse Open the synaptic package manager sudo synaptic type eclipse in the quick search Choose the top package and mark for installation.
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If so click ok to close this dialog and ok again to close the initial dialog that came up. You should see an option toward the bottom that says ‘Install new software’, click this.
You should see a check box next to ‘SQL Explorer’. Next create new connection profile by clicking the ‘create new connection profile’ button on the left panel. Check this Driver Preferences.
About Eclipse SQL Explorer
Future SO visitors will still have sqexplorer to work with. Select the ‘other’ option and you should get another dialog box with an option for ‘SQL Explorer’. In the dialog that opens put the following url and provide a name of ‘Sql Browser’ then click next http: Post as a guest Name.
Once you are inside the next dialog navigate the tree on the left to musql the jdbc drivers’ After you see a list of these drivers populated you should see an ‘Add’ button on the right side, click it. Now you should be back in the ‘create new connection profile’ dialog.
Give it a name that you will remember and for the url use the same one we put in earlier jdbc: Configure the plugin sqlexp,orer eclipse opens back up click the ‘open perspective’ button found just above the ‘outline’ panel on the ride side of the IDE.
Sign up using Email and Password. Open the eclipse IDE and click the help menu.
Using SQL Explorer – Documentation & Guides – – Appcelerator Wiki
Finally enter a user named ‘root’ and click ok. Next click the extra class path tab. Give it a name and provide the url below to connect to the local instance of MySQL jdbc: Just click the Edit button, and specify the correct location of the jar.
On SO, dclipse providing a link to an external site, it is often best to give at least a high level summary of what the contents are in case the external link changes or is deleted. The strange behavior in SQL Explorer is that the login will come up and you will need to remove the user ‘root’ so it should have no user and no password – then click ok and myzql should connect to your new mysql database.
If you did everything correctly the ‘create new driver’ dialog should look something like the below. In the dialog that opens put the following url and provide a name of ‘Sql Browser’ then click next.