If you followed the steps above correctly you should have a connection profile that looks like the below. Can the path be relative, so I can obtain a portable Eclipse? You should see an option toward the bottom that says ‘Install new software’, click this. Check this Driver Preferences. Srikanth Venkatesh 2, 1 15
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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 it should connect to your new mysql database. After these changes eclipse will ask to apply the changes qslexplorer finally to restart.
Future SO visitors will still have something to work with. Driver If you did everything correctly the ‘create new driver’ dialog should look something like the below. JB Nizet k 51 Just click the Edit button, and specify the correct location of the jar. Can the path be relative, so I can obtain a portable Eclipse? If you did everything correctly the ‘create new driver’ dialog should look something like the below.
Select the driver you just created from the ‘driver’ drop down list. Also a solution with an Eclipse install repository would also be good. If you connected successfully you can open a new query window and start writing sql!
How to add mysql JDBC driver to Eclipse so it can be used by SQL Explorer? – Stack Overflow
Give it a name and provide the url below to connect to the local instance of MySQL. Next click the extra class path tab. Select the ‘other’ option and you should get another dialog box with an option for ‘SQL Explorer’. Select it and click ok.
Google for ‘mysql jdbc driver jar file’ but the url I found here works just fine. Click apply and finish the installation.
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Install Eclipse Open the synaptic package manager sudo synaptic type eclipse in the quick search Choose the top package and mark for installation. Now you should be back in the ‘create new connection profile’ dialog.
Installing the SQL Explorer plug-in
Choose the top package and mark for installation. In the dialog that opens put the following url and provide a name of ‘Sql Browser’ then click next. Give it a name and provide the url below to connect to the local instance of MySQL jdbc: At the bottom of this dialog you should see a select box labeled ‘driver class name’ – select the following and click ok.
If so click ok to close this dialog and ok again to close the initial dialog that came up. In a perfect world you should need to clear this but I’m yet to find out why this occurs in the plugin.
In the dialog that opens put the following url and provide a name of ‘Sql Browser’ then click next http: