MySQL data source
Recently we announced a new module of integration with the MySQL database, and today you have the opportunity to use the MySQL database as a data source. Recall that you can still use google sheets and FormDesigner form as data sources.
How do I create a MySQL data source?
To create a new MySQL data source, go to the "Data Sources" menu and click on the "Add" button:
You will see a page with a list of all available data sources. Find the MySQL data source, point the cursor over it and click the "Add" button:
Then a page with the basic MySQL data source settings will open:
Here you should enter the database connection parameters:
- Host (domain name or IP address)
- MySQL user name, under which all queries will be executed
- MySQL user password
- Name of the database to connect to
Please note that your database must have remote access enabled, and the user has the right to access from the ip address of our server - 18.104.22.168
After all the data is filled in, you should click on the button "Get access to the database":
If everything is entered correctly, you will see two lists "Database Table" and "Table Column":
Select, respectively, a table and a column of the table, which will be used as data in the form, and press the "Save" button:
Go to the desired form, where you need to connect as options for switches, checkboxes or drop-down list, the source MySQL data. In the edit mode of the desired item, it is necessary to enable the option:
And select the data source from the drop-down list:
Save your changes and in the form view, the answer options will be the data from your MySQL database table.
That's all for today. Have a nice day!