MySQL

Introduction

MySQL is the open-source relational database management system hosted either in the cloud or on-premise. The MySQL Connector, once known as MyODBC, is computer software from Oracle Corporation. It has Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) interface and allows programming languages that support the ODBC interface to communicate with a MySQL database.

Supported actions

For your MySQL account, YAP ensures the following actions:
    Create row
    Read row
    Update row
    Find row
    Delete row
    Count row
    Run custom SQL action

Create row

List of fields available for Create row action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Table
String
Values
Object

Read row

List of fields available for Read row action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Table
String
Condition
Object
Values
Object
Attributes
Object
Limit
Number
Order by
String
Order way
Desc or Asc

Update row

List of fields available for Update row action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Table
String
Condition
Object
Values
Object

Delete row

List of fields available for Delete row action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Table
String
Condition
Object

Count row

List of fields available for Count row action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Table
String
Condition
Object

Run custom SQL action

List of fields available for Run custom SQL action action in MySQL connector:
Field
Type
Code
Function

Setup requirements

Before setup, please check that you have granted to YAP the permission to send notification to your MySQL account. For this, sign in to MySQL and authorize the permissions requested by YAP.

Connection

The MySQL connector allows querying in an external MySQL database.
Field
Type
Description
Host
Required
The IP address or hostname (db.example.com) of where your database instance resides. Note, localhost and 127.0.0.1 are not valid!
Port
Required
Number field. Values will be converted into a number.
Database
Required
The name of the database you would like to interact with.
Username
Required
We recommend creating a new database user with extremely limited access.
Password
Required
Again, this should not be your production password. Make it strong! (We like using random.org.)
SSL Client Certificate
Optional
Required for SSL. Provide the contents of the client certificate file in PEM format. The certificate's Common Name (CN) must match the Host provided above. The certificate must be issued by a public CA and all CA certificates needed to establish the certificate's authenticity must be included. Self-signed certificates are not supported. For details see Python's documentation on Certificates.
SSL Private Key
Optional
Required for SSL, but it may also be part of the SSL Client Certificate as long as it comes first. Provide the contents of the private key file. The private key may not be encrypted.
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