How do I view contents of databases?


May 20, 2004
I'm sure this is a dumb questions, and it's so obvious that even I will think I'm an idiot after it's answered, but I give up looking.

I dont' know if you need all this stuff, but here's all of the versions my cpanel is using

PHP version 4.3.3 
MySQL version 4.0.18-standard 
cPanel Build 9.2.0-STABLE 25 
Theme cPanel X v2.3.0  
Documentation Click to View 
cPanel Pro (RC8)
I can't find anything that shows the contents of my MySQL databases. I created a forum, and I want to add a few tables and whatnot, but I can't find where to edit the stuff. I'm positive a page that has all the tables, the contents of the tables, and everything I can view and edit exists somewhere.

When I click on the MySQL databases link from the main menu, it just says this crap:

Connection Strings 
Perl $dbh = DBI->connect("DBI:mysql:scavoke_xmb1:localhost","scavoke_xmb1","<PASSWORD HERE>"); 
PHP $dbh=mysql_connect ("localhost", "scavoke_xmb1", "<PASSWORD HERE>") or die ('I cannot connect to the database because: ' . mysql_error());
mysql_select_db ("scavoke_xmb1");  
JDBC (may not be available) <%@ page import="java.sql.*" %> 
               Connection connection = null;
               connection = DriverManager.getConnection(
                  "jdbc:mysql://localhost/scavoke_xmb1?user=scavoke_xmb1&password=<PASSWORD HERE>");
And gives me 3 options to Delete, Check, and Repair. I don't need any of those.

Where can I view the contents of the database?