MySQL

Hevo can load data from any of your Pipelines into a MySQL database. In this document, we will walk through the steps to add MySQL as a Destination.

We do not recommend using MySQL as a Destination for building your production Pipelines. It can perform poorly even for low volumes of data. If you run into performance issues, these may be unresolvable, and you will have to migrate to a different Destination.


Destination Considerations

  • You must disable any foreign keys defined in the target tables. Foreign keys do not allow data to be loaded until the reference table has a corresponding key defined.
  • You can replicate data for only 4090 columns in a given MySQL table. Read Limits on the Number of Columns.

Limitations

None.


Revision History

Refer to the following table for the list of key updates made to this page:

Date Release Description of Change
Sep-07-2022 NA Added the following sections:
- Prerequisites,
- Whitelist Hevo’s IP Addresses,
- Grant Permissions to the Database User.
- Updated the Configure MySQL Connection Settings to add a link to the Connecting to a Local Database page.
- Deleted the Connect to a Local Database section.
Feb-21-2022 1.82 Updated section, Configure MySQL Connection Settings to provide support for SSL in MySQL as a Destination.
Jul-26-2021 1.68 Added section, Connect to a Local Database.
Jul-12-2021 NA Updated the section, Destination Considerations.
Last updated on 15 Nov 2022

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