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Old question, but never answered. The correct answer is that ClearDB does not allow certain functionality on multi-tenant cluster, including create database, views, UDF's and triggers. You would need to upgrade to a dedicated cluster in order to perform this statement.
I guess you need to extract that particular table and then import in to the workbench. sh mysqldumpsplitter.sh --source filename --extract TABLE --match_str table-name This will extract your table in "out" folder and then you can import that to the workbench. Source: MySQLDumpSplitter
Download “MSVCR120.dll” file from http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msvcr120. select manual fix to download the file and select 32 bit or 64 bit. copy the file “MSVCR120.dll” to C:\Windows\System32 and re-install mysql workbench.
When you specify localhost as the host to connect to, the mysql commandline client tries to connect using a local socket. To enforce a tcp connection you have to either set the host to 127.0.0.1 or use the --protocol=tcp parameter. Your server is not configured to accept network connections so you have to switch to change your connection method to ...
SELECT '"Part #"', '"Manu"', '"Qty"', '"Cost"', '"Unit Qty"', '"Received"', '"partdesc"', '"rohs status"', '"Warehouse"', '"row"', '"rack"', '"shelf"', '"Position"' UNION ALL (SELECT stmaster.partno, stmaster.manuf, stfifo.qty, stfifo.cost, stfifo.unitqty, stfifo.datebookedin, stmaster.partdesc, stfifo.rohscompliance, stfifo.warehouse, stfifo.row, ...
SUGGESTION #1 You need to explicitly set the database before calling the Stored Procedure USE targetDB CALL Shared.AccountReqs(...); SUGGESTION #2 (OPTIONAL) Since you have all these UNION clauses against the same table, try combining all the WHERE clauses under a single SELECT. I see two SELECTs in your original question. Therefore, the Stored ...
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