MySQL Integration Documentation

Table of Parameters

Key Description Optional Data Type
name Name of connection   text
driver Must be mysql   text
multiStatementTransactionEnabled Reuse db connection across query executions. When enabled a persistent database connection will be opened and used for query executions, allowing things like opening transactions and creating temp tables across query executions Yes boolean
Idle timeout Number of minutes to allow a connection to be idle before closing.   boolean
host Host/Server/IP Address   text
port Port Yes number
Database Certificate Database certificate for SSL configuration Yes cert
Database Key Database key certificate for SSL configuration Yes cert
Database CA Database CA certificate for SSL configuration Yes cert
database Database   text
username Database Username   text
password Database Password   text
mysqlSsl Use SSL Yes boolean
mysqlInsecureAuth Use old/insecure pre 4.1 Auth System Yes boolean

Setup Information

To integrate MySQL with our system, follow these steps:

  1. Select the MySQL Connector: Select the MySQL connector on import page in Connection modal.

  2. Configure Connection Parameters: Use the parameters listed above to configure the connection to your MySQL instance.

  3. Verify Connection: After configuring the parameters, verify the connection to ensure successful integration.

Connection modal

MySQL Integration

Additional Documentation

For more details and advanced configurations, refer to the official MySQL Documentation.


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