Setting up MySQL as database server for BioNumerics

This document describes the basic setup of a MySQL relational database server and the steps needed to make this MySQL server compatible with BioNumerics.

Connected databases

BioNumerics stores its data in a relational (SQL) database, usually referred to as “connected database” in the software. Following database types are supported: Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle and MySQL. This topic contains information on the creation and setup of databases in the database management software (DBMS) and on how to link BioNumerics via an ODBC connection to an existing database.

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