I can connect without issues to MySQL instances (servers) locally and remotely. Depending on which MySQL accounts I use
I see the databases that I have privileges for. With an administrative MySQL account, I can create and drop databases.
So far, all works as expected.
But I can't expand the database icons to see the contained objects (e.g. tables). Double-clicking does nothing, and
right-clicking gives the options of "Connect" and "Delete", nothing else. I'd expect to see tables for the databases
that contain tables, for example for my "test" database:
mysql> show tables from test;
| Tables_in_test |
| #123||@@ |
| huh |
| ingo |
| my_first_base_table |
| parts |
| parts_copy |
| test |
| uptest |
8 rows in set (0.08 sec)
But the NetBeans Database Explorer shows nothing. Bugger.
Maybe this is related to bug #155301 (http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=155301) which I just reported, I
No, not related to issue 155301.
Could you attach your messages.log file from the userdir
Created attachment 74894 [details]
Messages log file for "cannot explore database objects" bug
Yes, Stefan, this is annoying and confusing. This is a duplicate of issue 150660 which we *hope* to get to in this release.
Meanwhile, right-click, choose Connect, a new connection will be made for you (it's a new node in the tree, see below
the MySQL node), and you can open *that* and browse your tables.
We really do want to fix that, thanks for taking the time to log the issue
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 150660 ***