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One of the most powerful aspects of the MySQL server is the amazing amount of control the administrator has over each user's intended behavior. This control can restrict user privileges over a general part of the server, such as limited access to an entire database, but can also be as specific as limiting privileges for a specific table or even column.

  1. The MySQL Grant Tables
  2. Access Control
  3. Tables_priv and columns_priv
  4. References
By: W.J. Gilmore
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March 01, 1999

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Perhaps the most important MySQL resource out there is the MySQL documentation. The latest version can be found here.

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If you have any questions/comments regarding this article, feel free to contact me at wj@314interactive.com.

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