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  1. Thank you very much for you video.

    Is it possible to connect using the ipv6 adress? I m using Msql Workenbench and it's ok with ipv4 it seems not working if i give the ipv6 adress.

    Pascal

  2. Thanks for this video. I do the same and I can now connect, create and select data from MySql database using C#. But the problem here is I can only access the database from my network, and when I publish my site it can't access or connect to the database (because we add only my network ). is there is a way to make the connection possible by the user and password from any network?

  3. i have an android app and it contains a registration tab . I need to store that data at google cloud sql and latter wants to retrieve it . Please help me how can i do that
    Thanks in advance

  4. Very Informative Video……I Thank you femi………..I have a question. How to make the Open Data Connectivity to my application.
    i use C# LANG as my front end and backend like to use CloudSQL………..need connectivity code………..Pls. help me guys

  5. Hi, thanks for your video!
    I installed java project and Mysql instance to google cloud. And can i now connect to Mysql instance use Mysql ip ?

  6. Thanks for this video. I have developed a vb.net winform(desktop) based application. This application is running from different ip. Where some are dynamic and some are static.Everytime it is not possible to allow the user ip . So does google cloud sql support sql connection from any ip? Waiting for your answer

  7. import java.sql.*;

    public class BAGLAN {

    private static final String kullaniciadi="";
    private static final String password="";
    private static final String host="";
    private static String db="";
    private static Connection con =null;
    public static void xxx(){
    String jdbcUrl = String.format(
    "jdbc:mysql://google/%s?cloudSqlInstance=%s"
    + "&socketFactory=com.google.cloud.sql.mysql.SocketFactory&useSSL=false",
    db,
    host);
    try {
    Connection connection = DriverManager.getConnection(jdbcUrl,kullaniciadi,password);
    } catch (SQLException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    e.printStackTrace();
    System.err.println("ERRRRR");
    }}
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    // TODO Auto-generated method stub
    xxx();
    }}

    //java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for jdbc……….

    //error :"No suitable driver found for" ???

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