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Table/Column level privileges in phpMyAdmin

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by zaher, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. zaher

    zaher Active Member

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    Hello,

    Previously we had the ability to set privileges for a database down to column level; after version 11.40 this was not possible anymore.

    We can no longer see the Users tab in phpMyAdmin, and when clicking on Check Privileges for a given table, it loads nothing.

    The Database Map tool is the obvious alternative to managing users of databases; however, it has multiple limitations amongst not giving the ability to have granularity in privileges.

    So, how can we go about this without creating issues for cPanel system (One of my options to connect using a phpMyAdmin on a different server)

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks, I thumbed up the Feature Request. You really need to have this back in anyway.
     
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