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    Lili Dumelle

    Cheryle, I tried the above link on Mar. 23, 2015 and it doesn’t work. It appears this is the new location of the tutorial:


    Can we not connect to Mysql that comes installed in sandbox ( 2.0)? If so can some one please give me syntax with Ip address of mysql ( how to obtain) and user name and password etc?

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