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Data Types in MySQL: Tutorial and Full List with Examples of Data Formats

In the article, we are going to discuss data types including string, numeric, date and time, spatial, and JSON supported by MySQL. Also, we’ll provide examples of their usage and see how to change a data type for the table column using dbForge Studio for MySQL. Contents What is a Data Type Data Types in […]

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MySQL INT (INTEGER) Data Types with Different Examples

In the article, you will learn about SIGNED and UNSIGNED integer data types in MySQL. The article provides information about integer types with the ZEROFILL, AUTO_INCREMENT, and display_width attributes, as well as describes examples of when and how to use integer data types. Contents What is MySQL INTEGER SIGNED vs UNSIGNED What is UNSIGNED INT […]

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How to Connect to MySQL Server Databases Remotely

Distributed environment is hardly a new notion in the world of software. For one, you no longer need to host MySQL servers and databases on the same local machine. Now you can have a dedicated server that can deliver the required level of security and performance. With the help of root/sudo user privileges, you can […]

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Meet New Possibilities to Data Analysis with a New Version of Query Builder for MySQL

We are glad to announce the updated version of dbForge Query Builder for MySQL. The tool offers users a great solution to build, generate, and handle MySQL queries from simple to complex in a visual and easy-to-use interface. In this version, the team focused on the Data Reporting and Analysis feature that allows for fast […]

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dbForge Studio for MySQL Awarded G2 Summer 2021 Badges

It is a pleasure to announce that G2 awards dbForge Studio for MySQL with the ‘Leader Summer 2021’ and ‘Momentum Leader Summer 2021’ badges in the DB Backup category and ‘Users Love Us’ badge in the Database Management Systems (DBMS) and Database Comparison categories. G2 is a peer-to-peer review website focusing on business services and […]

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How to Rename a Table in MySQL in Different Ways

The article explores a bunch of popular methods to rename a MySQL table and provides handy worked examples that could be of utility to both beginning and experienced users. In one of our previous articles, we looked in detail at how to rename a database in MySQL. In this article, we are going to focus […]

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What Is InnoDB in MySQL? Tutorial with Examples and Performance Tuning Tips

There is a number of powerful MySQL storage engines at our disposal, and InnoDB is undoubtedly one of the most popular ones. It is highly reliable and efficient, so it is no wonder that it has become a default storage engine for all MySQL versions from 5.5 on. Let us take a look at its […]

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How to Create a View in MySQL

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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Debug Easily in Visual Studio Using dbForge Fusion Plugin Debugger

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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MySQL for Visual Studio vs dbForge Fusion for MySQL: A Comparison of Plugins

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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