What Is A MySQL Database?
MySQL databases allow you to store lots of information in an easy to access
manner. The databases themselves are not easily read by humans. MySQL databases
are required by many web applications including some bulletin boards, content
management systems, and others. To use a database, you'll need to create
it. Only MySQL Users (different than mail or other users) that have privileges
to access a database can read from or write to that database.
Create New Database
Using this function will allow you to create a new database for use on the
server. Once this is completed you will need to create a user that can access
the database so that it can retrieve data from the database.
Modify / Check Databases
Using this function will allow you to check the selected database for errors
Using this function will allow you to repair the selected database if it has
errors or becomes corrupt.
Any database you have created will be listed in this section. You can delete
a database from this section.
Add New Users
This function will allow you to create a new user that can access a database.
Once your user is created you will need to assign it to a database so that
it has permission to access the database you wish.
Add User To Database
This function will allow you to assign a user to a database so that it has
permission to access the database you wish.
Each database will need at least one user that can access it to output any
data from it. Any users that have been created will be listed here. You can
delete a user from here.