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MySql User Creation Problem

Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by odtufatih, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. odtufatih

    odtufatih Registered

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    I am setting a new user with a password on a database I have created(through CPanel) but when I want to access to phpmyadmin with that new user it doesn't allow me.I have granted all privileges on tha database to the new user, so what else my problem may be?Any ideas??

    Thanks in advance..
     
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    only cpanel users can access phpmyadmin.

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    So isnt it possible to allow my customers go to phpmyadmin with a username-password combination different than CPanel one..Actually I dont want my customers to access their Cpanel..So I am in need of setting different passwords for them to use as their database passwords..

    What I understand from what you say is I can create a different mysql user password for the customer but he cannot access phpmyadmin with this, true ?? So isnt there a way ??
     
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