1. Start MySQL with MyISAM engine.
2. Register this MySQL in IDE.
3. Rightclick it and choose "Create Database".
4. Choose some sample DB and click "OK".
Result: DB is created, but script can't be executed since MyISAM engine. Look attached message.log for detailed exception.
Created attachment 72007 [details]
Log file of NetBeans.
Probably we can add this to release notes if it's too risky to fix.
Our samples use foreign keys. MyISAM doesn't support foreign keys. So I believe the right solution here is to provide
a release note (and maybe update the Help files) to indicate that the samples require InnoDB.
Don't you need InnoDB for Sakila? If not, we should see what they do differently. I'll look at Sakila, and if there's
a clear approach that doesn't enforce use of InnoDB, I'll change things to use that. Otherwise we should release note this.
I don't believe this is a P1 because the workaround is to use InnoDB.
And of course then have it fixed in Patch 1.
I have created a Release Note entry for this on nbstaging.
I will add it to the Help topic after FCS.
Actually real problem wasn't fixed, so I've cahnged Subject of this issue and filed new one, but P2: #150422.