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Grant a user's permissions to a MySQL database

Once you have created a user to use a database you need to grant that user permission to use the database. If you have not yet created a user, refer to Creating a MySQL user for more information.

To grant user permissions to a MySQL database:

  1. Click on the MySQL databases button on the home page.
  2. Choose the specific user from the User drop-down list and the specific database to grant permissions to from the Db drop-down list.
  3. Click on the Add User to Db button. The user now has permission to use that database and sample connection strings are shown in the MySQL window.
Granting a user's permissions to a MySQL database

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