Cloud SQL for MySQL support

Applies to: 8.x versions, Article available also for: 9.x (current), 7.x, 6.x, 5.x
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Supported versions:

1st gen, 2nd gen

Supported schema elements and metadata

Dataedo reads following metadata from Google Cloud for MySQL databases.

  • Tables
    • Columns
      • Data type with length
      • Nullable
      • Default value
      • Generated column formula
    • Primary keys
      • Columns
    • Unique indexes
      • Column
    • Foreign keys
      • Columns
    • Triggers
      • When triggered
      • Script
  • Views
    • Columns (see tables)
    • Script
  • Procedures
    • Script
    • Parameters
  • Functions
    • Script
    • Parameters
    • Returned value

Comments

Dataedo reads Google Cloud for MySQL comments from following objects:

  • Tables
    • Columns
    • Primary keys
    • Unique indexes
  • Views
    • Columns
  • Procedures
  • Functions

Dataedo does not write comments back to Google Cloud for MySQL.

Limitations

Following schema/metadata elements currently are not supported:

  • Check constraints (vote)
  • Non unique indexes (vote)
  • Dependencies - not presented by Google Cloud for MySQL

Connection:

  • SSL connection is currently not supported

Learn more

Connect to Google Cloud SQL

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