From: Colin Bell <Colin.Bell@as...> - 2002-09-23 22:48:00
The MySQL plugin isn't a MySQL JDBC driver, instead it add some MySQL
specific functionality to Squirrel. You need to be running the 1.1 version
of Squirrel to use plugins.
You need to download a JDBC driver for MySQL. I would suggest using MM.MySQL
If you are using a recent version of 1.1 then the Help option from the Help
menu should tell you all you need to know about using JDBC drivers with
Squirrel. If you are using Squirrel 1.0 then read the files within the doc
directory within your Squirrel program directory.
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From: Jason Frinchaboy [mailto:jason@...]
Sent: Tuesday, 24 September 2002 4:37
Subject: [Squirrel-sql-users] MySQL plugin
I just downloaded Squirrel for Solaris and the MySQL Plugin for it but
I'm a little confused. I did a gunzip mysql-0.10.tar.gz; tar -xvf
mysql-0.10.tar while in the plugins folder. It made some directories,
and a mysql.jar file. When I'm trying to create a new driver in
Squirrel, do I put that .jar file in the JAR field? What do I use for
the driver? Where are the other JDBC drivers located??
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