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== Plesk Shared Hosting: Adding MySQL Databases ==
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= Plesk Shared Hosting: Adding MySQL Databases =
  
Create and remove databases used by your websites, and manage them using integrated administrative web application.  
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This management interface will allow you to not only create and remove databases, but also manage them with the integrated PHPMyAdmin web interface.
  
 
*From the Control Panel, click on the "Domains & Websites" tab near the top of the screen.
 
*From the Control Panel, click on the "Domains & Websites" tab near the top of the screen.
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*Ob the left, click the button labeled "Databases."  
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*On the left, click the button labeled "Databases."  
 
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'''Note''': We do not allow remote access to databases on shared hosting. If your development requires remote database access it can be manually reviewed after speaking with support.
  
 
To manage your existing databases, please read [[Managing MySQL]].
 
To manage your existing databases, please read [[Managing MySQL]].

Latest revision as of 14:22, 30 June 2020

Plesk Shared Hosting: Adding MySQL Databases

This management interface will allow you to not only create and remove databases, but also manage them with the integrated PHPMyAdmin web interface.

  • From the Control Panel, click on the "Domains & Websites" tab near the top of the screen.

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  • On the left, click the button labeled "Databases."

Mysql1.png


  • On the next screen, you will see the option to "Add New Database" and, if you already have existing databases, you will see them listed near the bottom. To add a new database, simply click the button labeled "Add New Database."

Mysql2.png


  • Now, you should see the screen below. The only field you can make changes to -- and it is necessary to do so -- is a unique name for your database.

Mysql3.png


Note: We do not allow remote access to databases on shared hosting. If your development requires remote database access it can be manually reviewed after speaking with support.

To manage your existing databases, please read Managing MySQL.


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