Note: This feature is available in the Corporate edition only.
In order to use a MySQL data repository, you must connect to it in Enterprise Architect first. Before connecting to the repository, you must set up a MySQL ODBC driver. Be aware, there are some limitations with using MySQL with Enterprise Architect.
To connect to a MySQL data repository in Enterprise Architect, follow the steps below:
|2.||Click on the (Browse) button, as you normally would to browse for a project. As you have selected the checkbox, the Data Link Properties dialog displays instead of the Browse Directories dialog.|
|4.||Click on the button. The Connection tab displays.|
|5.||Click on the radio button and on the drop-down arrow in its field. Select the ODBC driver you have set up to connect to your MySQL repository from the list. In the setup example the driver title is .|
|6.||If required, type in a and . |
|7.||If required, type in an initial catalog.|
|8.||Click on the button to confirm that the details are correct.|
|9.||If the test succeeds, click on the button.|
|10.||If the test does not succeed, revise your settings.|
|11.||After you have clicked on the button, the Connection Name dialog displays. Give the connection a suitable name so that you can recognize it in the Recently Opened Project list on the open project dialog.|
|12.||Click on the button to complete the configuration.|