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Can phpMyAdmin be used to manage databases that are not local?

Re: phpMyAdmin

Christian Hansen wrote:
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I believe so (though I haven't tried it).

Here's an excerpt from the phpMyAdmin documentation
( ):

"$cfg['Servers'] array
     Since version 1.4.2, phpMyAdmin supports the administration of
multiple MySQL servers. Therefore, a $cfg['Servers']-array has been
added which contains the login information for the different servers.
The first $cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] contains the hostname of the first
server, the second $cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] the hostname of the
second server, etc. If you have only one server to administer, simply
leave free the hostname of the other $cfg['Server']-entries."

The $cfg array they're talking about is in

Bill K.

Re: phpMyAdmin

Yes it can ...
I do use phpmyadmin sine 2000 yhe only thing is if you want to make
update with phpmyadmin you have to stop and start the servers. !!!

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