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Learn MySQL or get MySQL Help at DevShed. MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS). It uses Structured Query Language (SQL). While it is typically run on Linux/UNIX platforms and used with PHP, it can be run on Windows and Mac OS X. If you want to use a fast, reliable, flexible open source RDBMS, we have the MySQL tutorials to get you where you need to go, right here.

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  06-15-06 

Managing MySQL User Accounts

Sams Publishing 271703

If you need to administer MySQL, this article gets you off to a good start. In this section, we discuss MySQL user account management. The fourth of a multi-part series, it is excerpted from chapter four of the book MySQL Administrator's Guide, written by Paul Dubois (Sams; ISBN: 0672326345).

  06-08-06 

Working with the MySQL Access Privilege System

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If you need to administer MySQL, this article gets you off to a good start. In this section, we continue our discussion of security issues with the MySQL access privilege system. The third of a multi-part series, it is excerpted from chapter four of the book MySQL Administrator's Guide, written by Paul Dubois (Sams; ISBN: 0672326345).

  06-01-06 

Security and More in MySQL Databases

Sams Publishing 36527

If you need to administer MySQL, this article gets you off to a good start. In this section, we discuss system and other variables, then begin to look at general security issues. The second of a multi-part series, it is excerpted from chapter four of the book MySQL Administrator's Guide, written by Paul Dubois (Sams; ISBN: 0672326345).

  05-25-06 

MySQL Database Administration

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If you need to administer MySQL, this article gets you off to a good start. The first of a multi-part series, it is excerpted from chapter four of the book MySQL Administrator's Guide, written by Paul Dubois (Sams; ISBN: 0672326345).

  05-18-06 

Planned Improvements in MySQL 5.1

Apress Publishing 28167

This article looks ahead to the improvements you can expect in MySQL 5.1. These include triggers, user variables, and other features. It is excerpted from chapter 8 of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress; ISBN: 1590593324).

  05-11-06 

Views and More in MySQL 5.0

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MySQL 5.0 supports a range of features that earlier versions of MySQL do not support. This article, the fourth in a series, explains views and other new features. It is excerpted from chapter eight of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress, ISBN: 1590593324).

  05-04-06 

Delving Deeper into MySQL 5.0

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MySQL 5.0 gives the developer access to features that earlier versions of MySQL do not support. These include stored procedures and stored functions. This article, the third in a series, continues our exploration of the potential of these two features. It is excerpted from chapter eight of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress, ISBN: 1590593324).

  04-27-06 

Examining MySQL 5.0

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MySQL 5.0 gives the developer access to features that earlier versions of MySQL do not support. These include stored procedures and stored functions. This article, the second in a series, begins exploring the potential of these two features. It is excerpted from chapter eight of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress, ISBN: 1590593324).

  04-20-06 

Taking a Look at MySQL 4.1

Apress Publishing 37165

Many of you are still working with earlier versions of the MySQL database. This article takes a look at MySQL 4.1. It is the first of several parts that examine more recent versions of the software. It is excerpted from chapter eight of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress, ISBN: 1590593324).

  04-13-06 

Optimizing Queries with Operators for Date, Time and Other Functions

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This article will give you a good grounding in operators, branching and functions in MySQL, so you can make the database, instead of your own code, do the bulk of the work. It is the third of three parts, and excerpted from chapter four of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress; ISBN: 1590593324).

  04-06-06 

Optimizing Queries with Operators, Branching and Functions, continued

Apress Publishing 50134

This article will give you a good grounding in operators, branching and functions in MySQL, so you can make the database, instead of your own code, do the bulk of the work. It is the second of three parts, and excerpted from chapter four of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress; ISBN: 1590593324).

  03-30-06 

Optimizing Queries with Operators, Branching and Functions

Apress Publishing 49071

This article will give you a good grounding in operators, branching and functions in MySQL, so you can make the database, instead of your own code, do the bulk of the work. It is the first of three parts, and excerpted from chapter four of Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization: From Novice to Professional, written by Jon Stephens and Chad Russell (Apress; ISBN: 1590593324).

  03-23-06 

SQL Performance and Tuning Considerations, concluded

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 53656

This article, the second of two parts, will show you how to make the SQL statements you write run faster and more efficiently. It is excerpted from chapter 11 of the book SQL DeMYSTiFied, written by Andy Oppel (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072262249).

  03-16-06 

SQL Performance and Tuning Considerations

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 140352

This article, the first of two parts, will show you how to make the SQL statements you write run faster and more efficiently. It is excerpted from chapter 11 of the book SQL DeMYSTiFied, written by Andy Oppel (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072262249).

  03-09-06 

Advanced Query Writing, concluded

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 38471

This article, the second of two parts, covers some advanced topics concerning SQL queries and functions. It is excerpted from chapter six of the book SQL DeMYSTiFied, written by Andrew Oppel (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072262249).

 
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