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How to use a new MySQL 5.6 --login-path parameter from scripts
Posted by: Vadim Pestovnikov ()
Date: July 19, 2013 03:22PM

Hi,
I am trying to find a way how to use a new MySQL 5.6 encrypted credential file mylogin.cnf from python scripts.

I checked MySQLdb and MySQL connector libraries and didn't find any information so far. On the other hand all MySQl 5.6 command line tools like mysql, musqldump and etc. have this ability by specifying this parameter --login-path.

Of course I can write a wrapper to mysql command line client but I want to use native libraries such as MySQLdb or mysql connector.

Any ideas?

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How to use a new MySQL 5.6 --login-path parameter from scripts Vadim Pestovnikov 07/19/2013 03:22PM
Re: How to use a new MySQL 5.6 --login-path parameter from scripts Geert Vanderkelen 08/29/2013 06:57AM


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