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Re: Synchronization not working properly
Posted by: Vincenzo Turturro
Date: August 21, 2014 02:22AM

Just updated both servers configuration.
Now they have both MySql Server 5.6.20.
The issue persists.

Vincenzo Turturro Wrote:
> My configuration
> Client:
> Windows XP SP3
> Mysql Workbench build 1788
> Servers:
> (Developing & testing)
> Windows Server 2008 R2 Core
> MySql Server 5.6.19
> (Live data hosting)
> Windows Storage Server 2012 Standard
> MySql Server 5.6.19
> In MySQL WB I created a model of the DB I need to
> manage.
> When I use the function "Synchronize with any
> source" to align the test db to the model,
> everything works fine.
> When I use the same function to align the live db
> to the model, the target schema is reported as if
> it's empty (the window "Differences found" reports
> N/A for each table).
> For this reason the synchronization process fails,
> because the target schema is NOT empty and
> contains all the tables of the model but the SQL
> scripts generated for the alignment of each table
> don't do anything because they begin with "CREATE
> I created a new schema in the live DB and
> synchronized it twice with the same model.
> The first time (target schema empty) everything
> worked fine.
> The second time it didn't, because the target
> schema was reported empty and it wasn't.
> In all the above tests I checked the message log
> in the "Retrieve and reverse engineer schema
> objects" window and it always reported the correct
> number of objects found in the target database.
> Thus it seems as if MySql WB can read the schema
> of both target dbs but can't manage the check of
> the db hosted in the Windows 2012 server.
> Thanks to anyone who will help.

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