I have created a MySQL plugin to export the current graph to my existing custom database.
The code works fine in my test environment, the only problem is when I install the plugin to Gephi it throws error:
No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://xxx.xxxx.xxx/xxxx
I have added the .jar file for mysql-connector to the dependencies folder in my ExportPlugin project, and it builds fine.
I did not edit any .xml or build files - when browsing through it, it did not seem that there was a spot to add local dependencies.
I have also tried adding the .jar file to my classpath, but it did not change (error is still thrown).
I know that there is built-in functionality to Gephi to import from MySQL - is there a way I can use whatever drivers Gephi uses in my plugin? Or do I have to add my own my-sql-connector jar file, and add it as a dependency?
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