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Old 7th February 2013, 20:15
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Default Newbie question: How clients connect to database

HI there o/

Total noob here, i noticed the client database created by ispconfig is not real mysql database although i can use phpmyadmin to manage it. They are just table entries in ispconfig db.

How do my clients connect to their database with their web programs??

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Old 7th February 2013, 21:35
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The mysql databases created by ispconfig are normal mysql database, so you can access and manage them like any mysql database.

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They are just table entries in ispconfig db.
No. The table entries in ispconfig are just internal records. This are not the client databases.

If you dont see the client databases in phpmyadmin, then they could not be created by ispconfig e.g. because the mysql root password has been changed without changing it in ispconfig.
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