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Here the Mail I got:
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But: why is there an option to use internal database it not supported? Beside the JDBC Adapter anything seems to work well, even on Windows 8.1 (I’m also in Contact with K. Yershov who supports me a bit. He also tested with Windows 8.1 and confirmed that it works). I have no option to use one of the officially listed OS.
And: I feared a bit your response, that the adapter is not part of the trial. Without that, I’m unable to perform the use case we planned with access to certain objects on our mysql database. So is there a way to get that adapter anyway for our test?
Many thanks in advance for your appreciated support.