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« on: January 28, 2006, 06:59:48 PM »

I want to learn how to use the MySQL database. Where I can find more information?
There is a very good tutorial of MySQL located on their own site. Please read it for more details. The tutorial is located here: http://www.mysql.com/documentation/mysql/bychapter/manual_Tutorial.html.

How to get more space for my database?
The default SQl database space is 1 MB.
You can add additional space from your web control panel.

Log in to your account and select 'Manage SQL DataBases'. A page will open with all SQL DB listed.

At the top of the page you will see a 'Add/Remove SQL Space' link. Select it to edit the amount of MBites you'd like to use for your databases.

How to get another MySQL database for my account?
In the Control Panel there is an 'Add SQL DataBase'. There is daily fee for each additional database you use over the allowed number of databases in your hosting plan.

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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2006, 07:06:13 PM »

What are the parameters that I need to enter in my scripts for using the MySQL database?
username: username_databasename
password: your mysql password
database host: your hosting company domain (eg. webhosting.com)
database port: 3306

What's phpMyAdmin?
phpMyAdmin will help you controll the tables.

How to control the tables in my Database?
phpMyAdmin will help you controling the tables.

Is MySql database compatible with FrontPage?
No, it is not.

Do you support MicroSoft SQL?
Our servers are running under Linux. We are unable to install MicroSoft SQL server on Linux.

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