How do I find my MySQL database name?
Step 1 — Find your database name
Visit the MySQL Databases page and scroll down to the section titled Databases on this server. Below you’ll see a listing of your databases. If you have multiple databases, you’ll need to identify the one that corresponds to your website.
How do I find my database name?
The easiest way of finding the database name is: select * from global_name; This view is granted to PUBLIC, so anybody can query it. Here first one “ORCL” is database name,may be your system “XE” and other what was given on oracle downloading time.
How can I see all MySQL databases?
To list all databases on a MySQL server host, you use the SHOW DATABASES command as follows:
- SHOW DATABASES; …
- >mysql -u root -p Enter password: ********** mysql>
How do I connect to MySQL database?
To Connect to a MySQL Database
- Click Services tab.
- Expand the Drivers node from the Database Explorer. …
- Enter User Name and Password. …
- Click OK to accept the credentials. …
- Click OK to accept the default schema.
- Right-click the MySQL Database URL in the Services window (Ctrl-5).
How do I switch databases in MySQL?
Creating a database in MySQL doesn’t select it for use. You have to indicate it with the USE command. The USE command is also used when you have more than one database on a MySQL server and need to switch between them. You must choose the correct database each time you start a MySQL session.
How do I find databases?
Where can you find databases? Many databases are available at your school and in the library. You can also access many databases through your school’s website or the library’s website.