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Beginner's Guide

This document will help you learn how to use the web-based MySQL tools.

The MySQL tools we provide allow you to view table definitions, execute a file of MySQL commands, dumpe the contents of your database, and submit queries to your database in real time via an easy to use Control Panel web based interface.

To view a table in your database, or to list the tables in your database, use the MySQL Schema Viewer.

  1. Click the MySQL tools in your Control Panel.
  2. Go to the "MySQL Schema Viewer" form.
  3. Type in the name of the table to view, or leave blank to view all tables.
  4. Type in your MySQL password.
  5. Press "View Schema"
  6. The output from the operation will be displayed.

To Import a mysql database from a file, use the MySQL Input Tool.

  1. Click the MySQL tools in your Control Panel.
  2. Go to the "MySQL Input Tool" form.
  3. Upload the file to your website.
  4. Type in the name of the file to execute in the Input File field.
  5. Type in the name of the file that you want the results of the commands to be written to in the Output File field
  6. Type your MySQL password in the MySQL Password field.
  7. Press "Execute SQL Commands"

To dump the contents of a table to your browser, or to dump the entire contents of your databse to the broswer, use the MySQL Data Dumper.

  1. Click the MySQL Tools in your Control Panel.
  2. Go to the "MySQL Data Dumper" form.
  3. Type in the name of the table you wish to view in the Table Name field. If you want to view all the data in all your tables, leave this blank.
  4. Type in your MySQL password in the MySQL Password field.
  5. Press "Dump Database"
  6. The output from the operation will be displayed.

To execute live queries on your MySQL Databse, use the MySQL Monitor Tool.

  1. Click the MySQL Tools in your Control Panel.
  2. Go to the "MySQL Monitor Tool" form.
  3. Type in the queries you wish to perform in the Commands to submit field. Be sure to terminate your commands with a "\g".
  4. Type your MySQL password into the MySQL Password field.
  5. Press "Execute Commands"
  6. The output from the operation will be displayed.