This article will show you how to create and manage views in MySQL. A view is a virtual table that does not store its own data but rather displays data that is stored in other tables. Essentially, a view is a result of SQL query execution, which returns the required rows of data from one […]
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The article presents a detailed overview of the Code Debugger functionality that comes with dbForge Fusion for MySQL – a powerful MySQL development add-in for Visual Studio. During the development of database elements such as procedures, functions, triggers, and mere SQL scripts, there is a high probability of errors. The more complex your code is, […]
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Microsoft Visual Studio plugins continuously compete to empower users with extended capabilities. Free tools have the most obvious advantage — while you don’t have to pay for them, they tend to deliver all the essentials to cover your basic needs. Paid tools mean broader functionality, convenience, and customization, but the bottom line is whether the […]
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This article focuses on the database storage engines for MySQL that ensure appropriate performance and manage SQL operations for multiple table types. The article examines the differences between the most widely used MySQL storage engines. MySQL is the second most popular Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) in the world. Countless services and applications have MySQL […]
This article provides a complete overview of how to create a new user account in MySQL and grant different types of privileges on a MySQL database. Learn the basics of user account management and find hints. Introduction First, let’s figure out why we need users and privileges. When you install MySQL Server on your system […]
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The article provides a detailed overview of how to create a database in MySQL using different methods and tools (including the Command Line, Workbench, and dbForge Studio for MySQL). MySQL is a relational database management system based on SQL. It is developed, distributed, and supported by the Oracle Corporation. MySQL is free and open-source software […]
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The article presents a detailed tutorial on MySQL JOINs. In it, you will learn about different types of JOINS that are supported in MySQL, their syntax, and how to use them. Introduction to MySQL JOINsDifferent types of JOINs in MySQL1. MySQL INNER JOIN clause2. MySQL OUTER JOINs2.1 MySQL LEFT JOIN clause2.2 MySQL RIGHT JOIN clause3. […]
Eventually, it appears necessary to change the name of a database in MySQL. For that purpose, we used to apply a simple RENAME DATABASE command that existed in earlier versions of MySQL. However, it became no longer available in the newer versions as it posed risks. The reason was that the RENAME DATABASE query could […]
The article covers the basic syntax of a MySQL SELECT statement and provides examples that show how to use a MySQL SELECT statement to retrieve data from tables. The primary task in database management is writing and executing queries – commands for retrieving and manipulating data in databases. Users describe the tasks via these queries, […]
The article covers the basic syntax of the MySQL INSERT statements and explains how to use the INSERT command in the MySQL table using dbForge Studio for MySQL. Introduction to a MySQL INSERT Statement The INSERT statement is used to add data to a table. The INSERT INTO command inserts one or multiple rows into […]
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