This is how you can use our MySQL database
MySQL is currently the most popular open source database management system. In order to manage, process and access large data quantities, MySQL databases are important tools for efficient usage. MySQL databases are particularly important for websites with dynamic content.
You will then see the menu structure on the left side. Now select the menu options Administration and Database Administration. Click on Create database , in order to create a database.
|Passwort:||ihr selbst vergebenes Passwort in der Datenbankverwaltung (s.o.)|
MySQL currently supports a part of the SQL standard. Limitations exist with regard to the following points:
- Interleaved queries according to the "SELECT * FROM table1 WHERE id IN (SELECT id FROM table2);" pattern are not possible.
- SELECT... INTO TABLE is not possible
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As a password, enter the password that you assigned after creating the database in the customer service area.
An example script showing what a connection establishment may look like in PHP can be found here. Please enter the corresponding information on your database between the quotation marks after db_user, db_password and db_name.
|# Access data |
$db_server = 'rdbms.strato.de';
$db_user = '';
$db_passwort = '';
$db_name = '';
# Connection establishment
Through the command prompt interpreter "MySQL Monitor", you can access your MySQL database with an SSH client such as PuTTY. To do this, establish a connection with the internet and start your SSH program.
Please enter ssh.strato.de as your host name.
When the connection to the server has been established, your login name and password will be requested.
Enter a domain from your package as the login name, for example desiredname.de. Confirm the input by pressing the return key. Enter your master password that you assigned in the customer service area as the password. The password is not displayed during input.
If you received an error message while logging in through SSH or the PuTTY program window simply closes, please check if you entered your access data correctly.
If the data is correct and the login still does not work, please check the SiteGuard settings as well in your password-protected customer service area.
If you have successfully logged in, your domain name will appear in the next line, followed by an "angle bracket", which means that you can execute "commands".Enter the following command after it to call up the MySQL monitor:
|mysql -h rdbms -u Uxxxxxx -p DBxxxxxx|
Confirm the input by pressing the return key. It will ask for your password. This is the database password you chose in the customer login. After pressing return, you will receive a notification that you are now in the MySQL monitor and will see the following prompt: mysql>.
You can now execute the desired MySQL commands, for example: "SELECT * FROM addresses", in order to display the entire "Addresses" table. The first time you open it, however, you have to first create tables for the database.
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How can I access the database with phpMyAdmin?
The number of MySQL databases contained in your package can be viewed directly in your customer service area. To do this, open the menu option Your Package auf. In the Information about your technical features area, you will have an overview of the available databases and databases in use from your package.