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== Plesk Shared Hosting: Managing MySQL ==
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= Plesk Shared Hosting: Managing MySQL =
  
XMission's Shared Hosting powered by Plesk has phpmyadmin essentially built right into it!
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XMission's Shared Hosting powered by Plesk has phpMyAdmin for it’s web based management interface. 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.
  
 
*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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*On the left, click the button labeled "Databases."
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*On the left, click the button labeled "'''Databases'''".
 
[[File:Mysql1.png]]
 
[[File:Mysql1.png]]
  
  
*On the next screen, you will see any existing databases listed near the bottom of the screen. If not databases are listed simply click '''Add New Database'''.
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*On the next screen, you will see any existing databases listed near the bottom of the screen. If not databases are listed simply click "'''Add New Database'''".
 
[[File:Mysql2.png]]
 
[[File:Mysql2.png]]
  
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*Now, you should see the screen below. You can then click on WebAdmin to manage your mysql through phpMyAdmin
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*Now, you should see the screen below. You can then click on '''Webadmin''' to manage your MySQL through phpMyAdmin.
 
[[File:Managing_mysql1.png]]
 
[[File:Managing_mysql1.png]]
  

Latest revision as of 14:26, 30 June 2020

Plesk Shared Hosting: Managing MySQL

XMission's Shared Hosting powered by Plesk has phpMyAdmin for it’s web based management interface. 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.

  • 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 any existing databases listed near the bottom of the screen. If not databases are listed simply click "Add New Database".

Mysql2.png


  • You can fill on the required fields to create your database.

Mysql3.png


  • Now, you should see the screen below. You can then click on Webadmin to manage your MySQL through phpMyAdmin.

Managing mysql1.png


Phpymyadmin.png


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