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  • Keith Davis
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    Still have this problem.

    in reply to: 12.2.6 – Smtp – No Encryption Available #35799
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    Weird, but yea, now both the loading of the SMTP details and the Encryption drop-down are both working.

    in reply to: 12.2.6 – Smtp – No Encryption Available #35797
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    Also, that version does not load my SMTP details from previous version XML files. I downgraded to 12.2.1 for now.

    in reply to: Schema Sync – Unix To Windows – Table Case Problem #35711
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    Yikes, that sucks. If I had known that when I started building these systems, I would have turned it on for all of them. 

    in reply to: Export View Fails #35611
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    So, that was the problem. Still don’t understand my test results though (which is why I didn’t check grants further), but oh well. 🙂

    in reply to: Export View Fails #35610
    Keith Davis
    Participant

     

     

    Are you ‘root’@’localhost’ when backing up? 

     

    No. 

     

    mysqlbackup@mysql-slave@pridedallas.com

     

     

    And does he/you have privileges to underlying tables?

     

    I thought so, but now that I look at these again, I believe that the problem is that this user needs execute, right? The problem is, why doesn’t this fail if run by that same user for only that view?


    SHOW GRANTS;

    GRANT SELECT, LOCK TABLES, SHOW VIEW ON *.* TO 'mysqlbackup'@'app02.pridedallas.com' IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD
    in reply to: Export View Fails #35608
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    MySQL 5.6.26

    InnoDB

     

    I’m not using Backup Databases as SQL Dump, I’m using Scheduled Backups.

     

    [attachment=2057:Capture.JPG]

     

     

     

     

    in reply to: Forum Problem – Unable To Paste #35613
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    Ah, the problem is with IE. I use IE 11 primarily for work. Chrome works fine.

    in reply to: Export View Fails #35606
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    No ideas?

    in reply to: #34878
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    11.4 and it’s a direct connection. Could it be because my host is not restricting access to some of those objects? If so, it would help if the error log indicated such.

    in reply to: #34876
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    Ok, it seems like if I export any of these (even though I have none of these objects in these databases), they cause the error message:

     

     

    However, that was never an issue before.

    in reply to: #34411
    Keith Davis
    Participant

    MONyog

    FYI, I did not get a notification email and also, return i.e., new line does not work in this editor for IE 10.

    in reply to: Smtp Server Bug? #30444
    Keith Davis
    Participant
    'Mahesh' wrote on '02:

    Also,

    Make sure that you have used proper encryption method in drop-down (No Encryption/TLS/SSL)?

    Tried others just in case I was wrong, but No Encryption is selected and that is correct.

    in reply to: Smtp Server Bug? #30443
    Keith Davis
    Participant
    'navyashree.r' wrote on '01:

    Hi Davis,

    We are getting these 3 errors when our SMTP details are incorrect. So, could you please furnish the details below:

    1. What SQLyog program version you are using?

    2. Also, please confirm whether your password contains any special characters?

    Let us know the status.

    Regards,

    Navya

    version 8.2

    No special characters [a-z0-9] only

    in reply to: Schema Synchronization Scripting #29444
    Keith Davis
    Participant
    peterlaursen wrote on Aug 12 2009, 02:48 AM:
    I understand you want to be able to run Schema Sync unattended/scheduled. Is this correct?

    That is correct.

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