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I want to learn somthing about mysql.
I have just installed mysql 4.0.22-win and it looked to work fine.
When I start winmysqladmin (version 1.4) I get the expected screen, but
when I right-click on Databases, I only get flush-posibilities, and not
the option to create a database!
Can anybody please tell me what I have done wrong, and I will be thankfull.
Do anybody know another graphical frontend to mysql?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Have you 'connected' to the MySQL server? Right click on the entry above
databases and select 'Connect'. The little icon next to it should turn from
red to green. The right side panel doesn't always show the status unless you
right click and select 'refresh'.
Norm
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I want to learn somthing about mysql.
I have just installed mysql 4.0.22-win and it looked to work fine.
When I start winmysqladmin (version 1.4) I get the expected screen, but
when I right-click on Databases, I only get flush-posibilities, and not
the option to create a database!
Can anybody please tell me what I have done wrong, and I will be thankfull. Do anybody know another graphical frontend to mysql?

Jul 20 '05 #2
Norman Peelman wrote:
Have you 'connected' to the MySQL server? Right click on the entry above
databases and select 'Connect'. The little icon next to it should turn from
red to green. The right side panel doesn't always show the status unless you
right click and select 'refresh'.
Norm

Thanks for the answer.
I am connected to mysql, and can I see the 4 databases I have on the server.
What I want is to create a new database by right click on Databases, but
I only get a pop-up with flush posibilities, no create!
Jul 20 '05 #3
On Mon, 03 Jan 2005 11:31:16 +0100, in mailing.database.mysql Kurt
Bjernemose <cc******@vip.cybercity.dk> wrote:
| I want to learn somthing about mysql.
| I have just installed mysql 4.0.22-win and it looked to work fine.
| When I start winmysqladmin (version 1.4) I get the expected screen, but
| when I right-click on Databases, I only get flush-posibilities, and not
| the option to create a database!
| Can anybody please tell me what I have done wrong, and I will be thankfull.
| Do anybody know another graphical frontend to mysql?


Winmysqladmin show the current status of the mySQL service.
To do any database work you'll need to download the mySQL Control
Centre from mysql.com

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Jul 20 '05 #4
Kurt Bjernemose wrote:
I want to learn somthing about mysql.
I have just installed mysql 4.0.22-win and it looked to work fine.
When I start winmysqladmin (version 1.4) I get the expected screen, but
when I right-click on Databases, I only get flush-posibilities, and not
the option to create a database!
Can anybody please tell me what I have done wrong, and I will be thankfull.
Do anybody know another graphical frontend to mysql?

Hi Kurt,
I'm a newbie too, and using "MySQL DBTools Manager Professional" - it
seems good, so may be worth a look.. they have a freeware version which
I am trying out.. find them at http://www.dbtools.com.br/EN/dbmanagerpro/
(P.S. I'm not related to them at all, just found it by searching on the
net!)
HTH
Chris
Jul 20 '05 #5
Second_Chance wrote:
Kurt Bjernemose wrote:
I want to learn somthing about mysql.
I have just installed mysql 4.0.22-win and it looked to work fine.
When I start winmysqladmin (version 1.4) I get the expected screen,
but when I right-click on Databases, I only get flush-posibilities,
and not the option to create a database!
Can anybody please tell me what I have done wrong, and I will be
thankfull.
Do anybody know another graphical frontend to mysql?


Hi Kurt,
I'm a newbie too, and using "MySQL DBTools Manager Professional" - it
seems good, so may be worth a look.. they have a freeware version which
I am trying out.. find them at http://www.dbtools.com.br/EN/dbmanagerpro/
(P.S. I'm not related to them at all, just found it by searching on the
net!)
HTH
Chris

Hi Chris

Thanks for your adwise. I am now using DBTools, and I find it very good
and usefull.

Kurt
Jul 23 '05 #6

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