In particular, the field "num_points" is a little unusual.I made it up so I could show an int data type in this table, and I was thinking of those websites where points are awarded for giving correct answers.
Click Download on the bottom right, then copy the link on the next page from No thanks, just start my download. You'll see a prompt that asks you which My SQL product you want to configure.My SQL docs says: "Upgrading more than one release level is supported, but only if you upgrade one release level at a time.For example, upgrade from 5.1 to 5.5, and then to 5.6.To do so, we just need to follow these steps: I've tried to document the following Java My SQL UPDATE example so you can see these steps.Note that in this example my My SQL database username is "root", my password is blank, and the My SQL database is running on the same computer where this program is run, so the database host name is "localhost". * Demonstrates the use of a SQL UPDATE statement against a * My SQL database, called from a Java program.Follow the upgrade instructions for each release, in succession." so you should doing update in two steps 5.5 - You can see my comment that the solution by @Rinzwind did not worked in my case (Ubuntu 14.04 , Mysql 5.5).