I have to execute a prepared statment in workbench, logining as an user who doesn’t have privileges:
I am using AWS AuroraDB.
I can easily grant access to one IP using this code:
How can I restrict a user_account in MySQL database to a particular tables. Ex:
I’m attempting to copy my mysql database from an Amazon EC2 to an RDS:
I want to create a user ‘projectA’ that has the same permissions to every database named ‘projectA_%’
This question was originally using MySQL 5.1.44, but is applicable to MySQL 8.0+ too.
I’m new to the admin side of DBMS and was setting up a new database tonight (using MySQL) when I noticed this. After granting a user a privilege for the first time, another grant is created that looks like
I’m using the table prefix method for having several clients use the same database. The number of tables created per client will be ~55. Instead of doing all of the granting by manually listing out the tables, can I do something like the following?
I want to give permissions only to specificated rows in mysql.
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