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Saira BottemullerCourses Plus Student 1,749 Points
MySQL Workbench - Installed Full Version in Installer, can't locate workbench now?!
Hi everyone! I am taking the Deep Dive on Database Foundations right now, and I wento MySQL.com and installed their web community version, the full version which is supposed to include both client-side and server side (Andrew chose the Developer Default, but I wanted everything I could get my hands on to explore so I chose "Full")...and in the video, his starts automatically once he's finished installation and setup.
Mine didn't autostart, and now I can't find anything in the MySQL directory that's listed as Workbench or anything similar, and I did a full search of my hd and it's not finding anything either. I went back to the website and manually went through and searched for what I need again, and ended up downloading the same file/installer again, which just took me to a screen in the wizard showing that I've already got everything installed in the package - although Workbench isn't listed, and it was Workbench that I searched for on the MySQL website. It's starting to feel like a Monday. boooo..... Any ideas? Is it maybe listed as something other than "Workbench"? Is it either of "MySQL Server 5.6 - Command Line Client Unicode" or "MySQL Server 5.6 Command Line Client Command Line Shell"? I'm so lost.
jeremy rackley22,336 Points
Have you tried to open the default mysql port? it is port 3306 so it would be similar to localhost:3306
also you could run MySQLWorkbench -help in the cmd line