Before you downloadÂ andÂ SetupÂ MySQL for Google App EngineÂ first, I discuss MySQL.Â A MySQL database is a web hosting database that is utilized to store site data like blog posts or user information. A MySQL database is the bestÂ linking database on the web today. A MySQL database is capable of storing any type of data that needs to create a website. It will give you a chance to rapidly store and retrieve data from the database. A different site visitors can utilize it at the same time simultaneously whenever they want to access your website. Here is some simple step you need to follow for download and setup MySQL in your local computer before deploying in Google App Engine. In previous, I have discussed how to download and install Python and PHP SDK for Google App Engine. Now, after install python and PHP SDK, you need to install MySQL locally to deploy any type of PHP application like WordPress.
After installing MySQL for Google App EngineÂ locally, you also need to enable cloud SQL in your Google App Engine Account. After creating Google App Engine Cloud SQL, you need to deploy your local apps or WordPress in Google App Engine. For Creating Cloud SQL, you need to enable the billing system, and it asks about your credit/debit card details. Don’t worry, Google deducts your balance as per your uses, so there is nothing to worry about the high amount of deduction, or it may be that it’s not deducted balance if your applications within free uses. You can pay as peruses in an hour or daily plan. See the pricing section of the Google App Engine for more details about billing.
How toÂ download and setup Mysql Locally
At first, you have to go dev.mysql.com.In the download section, you will see MySQL Community Server.
When you click on MySQL community Server, you will find download option for MySQL Installer MSI forÂ Google App Engine SQL
In the MySQL-installer-community section, you will find another download option and click on it.
Next, click on just start my download option. Now MySQL will start the download on your local computer.
How to Install MySQL locally
Before installing Google Apps DatabaseÂ locally, you have to download andÂ install the .NET Framework to run this MySQL.When installing MySQL, you will see different options such as Install Products, About MySQL, and Resources. You have to click on the Install MySQL Product option. Then checkmark the I accept the license terms and click the Next button.
Then you have to select Connect to the Internet and Fetch Update information. Click Next option and click again Next option
Here you will see different option chosen such as python, Microsoft.NET Framework, Microsoft Visual C++ which will be installed before the installed MySQL server
In this step, you will see a different product which will be installed except for one product.
In this step, you will see the MySQL Server Configuration. Here put your MySQL Root Password and then click on Next option
In this step, you will see the MySQL Configuration Overview. You have to click on the Next Option. At last, you have to click on Finish Option.