|Info Mysql databases [message #66426]
||Sat, 30 May 2009 18:38
Registered: March 2008
The help yo have made on the mysql databases page is quite confusing for my customers.
The help is now:
Mysqldb allows you to create and manage mysql databases. Please note that the user for the a mysql database is the same as the mysql db, and also that the domains name is always prefixed at the beginning. So if you add a 'string' mydb, to a domain 'domain.com', the actual database would be domainco__mydb, and user also would be domainco__mydb.
SO to access the database domainco__mydb, you have to use the same user domainco__mydb, and the password you have supplied here.
What you mean is:
The username is the same as the databasename
The username is prefixed when a new database is created, f.e. username_database_to_create
The usernames we use have nothing to do with the domain names attached to an account and of couse, you can have several domains in one account.
Could you change the help to this:
Mysqldb allows you to create and manage mysql databases. Please note that the username for the a mysql database is the same as the mysql dbname, and also that the username is always prefixed at the beginning. So if you add a database 'called' mydb, the actual database name would be your-username_mydb, and the username would be your-username_mydb.