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Is there a simple way to get an export of all mysql tables and the data from mysql workbench.
I used the export feature, and I didn't realize I was only getting table structure.
How can I get all the data in the export file as well?
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Question by:rivkamak
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If you connect to the server administration part of workbench there is a data export / restore navigation item.

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by:rivkamak
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when I choose data export, why is this only giving me structure and no data? Am  I missing something in the settings?screenshot
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The last checkbox says skip table data and you have it checked
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