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MariaDB

Description

 

DataSourceMariaDBLarge

Remote Desktop Manager for Android uses MariaDB as a drop-in replacement for MySQL. It is only supported in the Enterprise edition.

 

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You will be able to connect to MariaDB and save your data source but you will not be able to create one. Your MariaDB data source will have to be created using a desktop client like Windows or macOS.

 

 

Settings

 

Select

 

When creating your new Data Source, select MariaDB in your data source type and tap OK.

 

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Connection

 

MariaDB - Connection tab

MariaDB - Connection tab

 

Option

Description

Name

Enter the name of the data source.

Host name

Enter your IP or Server name.

User

Enter the username to access the host server.

Editable

Enable the Editable option if you wish to create your Data Source without filling the User and Password fields.

Save password

Save the password within the data source. You will be able to open your data source without being prompted for the password every time.

Password

Enter the password to access the host server.

Schema

Name of the schema on the host server for the utilization of Remote Desktop Manager.

Test Host

Test the connection with the Host (server) to validate if the proper information has been provided.

Test Schema

Test the connection with the schema to validate if the proper information has been provided.

 

Advanced

 

MariaDB - Advanced tab

MariaDB - Advanced tab

 

Option

Description

Offline mode

Allow the data source to be used in Offline mode, select between:

None: Prevents an offline cache from being used.

Read-Only: Session data can be browsed and launched while not communicating back to the data source.

Auto go offline

If the ping online method fails the data source will automatically go offline.

Caching mode

Determine how the entries will reload in the data source. See Caching Mode topic for more information.

Auto refresh

Set the interval for the automatic refresh.

Connection timeout

Waiting time before a connection timeout.

Command timeout

Waiting time before a command timeout.