abladb wrote:Any suggestion?
abladb wrote: but hey!! Nobody is interested on running lower versions right? We are creating the future, not the past.
abladb wrote:That's why I ask you if you know other tool that may work with the same features than the Workbench, but ok with Xampp's latest version.
Nobbie wrote:Xampp delivers PhpMyAdmin instead and it is preconfigured to run out of the box.
Nobbie wrote: [...]Actually, I dont agree. Xampp is meant as a development environment and should match the production server as close as possible. Most providers (by far!) do not run the newest (unstable) versions, they are working with older versions. That is the goal of Xampp and I cannot see the advantage of running a server environment, that does not match the production server and even is not tested with many popular tools (like WordPress, Joomla etc. all these may have issues with the newest releases of PHP etc.). It is not that easy as you might think.
studio_two wrote:[...] The most recent version of XAMPP that uses MySQL appears to be 5.6.12 (c/w MySQL 5.6.26). I will be upgrading to that version, and then re-assessing further.
Hope that is some help to you.
abladb wrote:Really? So versions in Xampp are equivalent to Microsoft making technology during the past 20 years? I mean, by creating something full of mistakes but new for everyone, and having thousands of upgrades during the year? Got it!
studio_two wrote:and it is much easier to use than using phpMyAdmin.
abladb wrote:Yes, it helps a lot!! Thank you so much.
Nobbie wrote:[...]P.S.: This is really strange. Why are you here? Because MySQLWorkbench does NOT properly work together with the newest release of Xampp. EXACTLY THE SAME PROBLEM AS FOR MANY OTHER TOOLS (many of them based on older PHP versions). So even if you know, which problems may arise, you are playing jokes on your missing skill and missing understanding, like this horribly stupid comparison to Microsoft Technologie. It is really hard to believe.
abladb wrote:I can see you didn't get it either.
abladb wrote:My problem was that after receiving the warning message, there was no connection between the workbench and Xampp's MariaDB
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