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MySQL Workbench and MS Excel

I am a big fan of SOL Server since start of my career and will be long life may be god knows..  My SOL added in my resume in 2014. No doubt SOL Server is reach in feature and capabilities than MySQL. But today I am sharing you about MySQL's great feature that impressed me related to MySQL Excel Integration. MySQL is really very simple and light application, easy to manage and implement.

Yesterday I was working on Excel and I seen an extra add ins option in Excel for MySQL Workbench. I followed the option. Really it impressed me.. Just see below…

I seen some connections and New connection option. , I am going through my remote server connection. Y
Then excel got connected with remote mysql server and I seen all the databases.

In next step i seen all the selected tables of World Database.

Then i selected a table City and clicked on EDIT MySQL Data. Then i saw 1st Screen of sample data related to city tables. just click here ok. 

Now what i seen is all data have been imported into excel sheet with two option , Commit change and revert

Then i changed 1st rows information and clicked on commit changes.

It shows operation completed successfully.

Now i am connecting to the remote MySQL Server and checking the actual table and data. What i seen change is really committed what i deed in Excel.. 

Ohhhhhhhh... Reallly its supperb.........

Thnks and happy weekend...


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