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Importing Data from MongoDB to MySQL using Python
MySQL Shell 8.0.13 (GA) introduced a new feature to allow you to easily import JSON documents to MySQL. The basics of this new feature were described in a previous blog post. In this blog we we will provide more details about this feature, focusing on a practical use case of interest for to many:...

MySQL 8.0.13: Change Current Password Policy
We have introduced a new policy for you to enforce on your non-privileged users. It requires their current password at the time they set a new password. It is optional and off by default. You can control it globally (for all non-privileged users) or on a per-user basis.…

Importing Data from MongoDB to MySQL using JavaScript
MySQL Shell 8.0.13 (GA) introduced a new feature to import JSON documents to MySQL in an easy way. The basics of this new feature were described in a previous blog post. Here, we provide more details about this feature, focusing on a practical use case that may be of interest for some readers: How...

Another shows this week with MySQL!!!
We are happy to confirm that we are ready for another two shows which will take place this week. One in the US second in Europe. Please find details below: PHP[World] Place: Washington DC, US Date: November 14-15, 2018 MySQL Community team is a Workshop sponsor here with David Stokes,...

Madrid MUG Meetup this week
We are happy to announce that this Thursday, November 15 at 7:00 p.m., there will be a MySQL meetup in Madrid, Spain. Please find more details below:   Date: Nov 15, 2018 Time: 7:00-9:00pm Place: booking.com @ Torre Europa Paseo de la Castellana 95, Planta 11 ·...

MySQL @DOAG 2018
DOAG 2018 Conference + Exhibition will be held November 20 - 23, 2018 in Nuremberg. Participants will have the opportunity to attend more than 400 talks and international top speakers, plus a wide choice of workshops and community activities. This is a great opportunity to expand your...

Data Masking in MySQL
If you’re here, that probably means you’re about to acquire some sensitive data to take care of. Or that you’ve already acquired it and are protecting it, and you want to see how MySQL Enterprise Data Masking and De-Identification features can help you do it in an easier, better...

Temporary tables are now allowed in transactions when GTIDs are enabled
There has been a recurring request from our users to remove a limit when using global transaction identifiers (GTIDs) and temporary tables together. The limit is that temporary tables cannot be created and dropped inside a transaction when GTIDs are turned on.…

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