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Is it possible to query my mysql database via telnet ?
I've telneted and typed 'mysql' at the prompt but get a socket file error.

Or are my only options to write PHP/cgi code or use the
web admin tools.

Also is seems that the web admin 'query tables' feature
only lets you enter a single sql statement at a time. Is this correct?

And what is the easiest way to do a full database repopulation using the SQL produced by the 'datadump' feature?

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RE: mysql

> Is it possible to query my mysql database via telnet ?
> I've telneted and typed 'mysql' at the prompt but get a socket file error.
>
> Or are my only options to write PHP/cgi code or use the
> web admin tools.
>
> Also is seems that the web admin 'query tables' feature
> only lets you enter a single sql statement at a time. Is this correct?
>
> And what is the easiest way to do a full database repopulation using the SQL produced by the 'datadump' feature?
>


Dear customer,

Regarding these issues, we must inform you that we do not offer direct support here for mysql/cgi matters.

I would like to refer you to the online technical support section on this portal that refers to this. We also have dedicated newsgroups on the Plusnet newsfeed that you can subscribe to where you can obtain support on this.

The groups to subscribe to are:

plusnet.tech.mysql

plusnet.www.cgi

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RE: mysql

try phpmyadmin
dont know where you can get it from, it's off the net and free and it quick and easy to setup. allows all sorts of stuff with mysql.


found it - www.phpmyadmin.net!

try it!


jim Bray
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RE: mysql

> try phpmyadmin
> dont know where you can get it from, it's off the net and free and it quick and easy to setup. allows all sorts of stuff with mysql.
>
>
> found it - www.phpmyadmin.net!
>
> try it!
>
>
> jim Bray
>

Another "useful" tool is MySQL-Front, which can be obtained from http://www.mysqlfront/de
Nice front end, plenty of scope.


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