Our guide to MySQL Workbench outlines its main program features. It also includes MySQL Workbench Linux and MySQL Workbench MacOS, and their respective installation procedures.
In this post, we are going to learn about MySQL databases and how to interact and manipulate them. Specifically, we are going to look at MySQL create database and MySQL make database, MySQL rename database, and MySQL remove database. These commands are what a DBA uses to manipulate a database.
To start the installation of MySQL on your Mac, you need to download it first. Here is a MySQL 5.6 download copy. There may be newer and better versions of MySQL, so depending on your preference, use your favorite browser to search for and download whichever version you prefer.
In this post, we are going to look at MySQL change password commands and syntax for changing both the root password and other users’ passwords.
MySQL is a powerful relational database management system. But to start creating a database, tables, and add data, you need to run a couple of commands among them MySQL create table and MySQL create new database.
In this post, we will look at the different statements DBA’s used to alter MySQL database tables. Among the statements we will focus on is MySQL add column and MySQL drop column statements.
In this post, we look at a step by step guide to MySQL change root password if you are working on Linux. We will also look at changing other users’ passwords and get to understand the procedure for MySQL change user password.
Most DBA’s do not mind working on the command line or shell. But there are database architects, developers and DBA’s who prefer a visual tool. If you are one of them, you will want to use a MySQL workbench download. This unified visual tool allows you to model data, develop SQL and features comprehensive administration tools that ease server configuration including user administration and backups.