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Workbench Access to MySQL migration issue
Posted by: Paul Birkel
Date: March 05, 2015 10:49AM

I'm experiencing the same problem as David Plott () October 09, 2014 01:03PM while reverse Engineering a MSAccess database to MySQL.

See: http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?104,621787,621787#msg-621787

I've tried the recommended patch, but the Python 2.7.9 compiler rejects the Continue statement (not inside a loop). If I remove the statement, recompile the pyc and then retry the test I get to this error instead:

SystemError: TypeError("'NoneType' object has no attribute '__getitem__'"): error calling Python module function DbMsAccessRE.getSchemaNames
ERROR: Retrieve schema list from source: TypeError("'NoneType' object has no attribute '__getitem__'"): error calling Python module function DbMsAccessRE.getSchemaNames
Failed

Still an issue with the 'NoneType' object (original complaint was no attribute 'columns'. So I think that the patch is both itself bad as well as doesn't address the underlying problem.

I'm using Workbench 6.2 CE (6.2.5.0 Build 397, 32-bit) on Win7, and MSAccess from Office365.

Your help greatly appreciated!

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paul

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