Create database using phpMyAdmin

Peter

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First you need setup with Apache by AppServ localhost, in this thread you need to create database using phpMyAdmin with source (Joomla, Drupal, Nukeviet ...) to run applications. You do not know how to create localhost so can search on forum

After creating your localhost, go phpMyAdmin in the localhost through the installation path:

Code:

Code:
http://hostname/phpmyadmin/
phpMyAdmin is an application database administrator is very popular today. To be able to administer your database you need to log in with username and password created in step setup system. Username default login is root at localhost
creatdb-1.jpg

After logging in you can use management software database phpMyAdmin. The left side image is described below is a list of databases you are (were created). To manipulate the database you select it from this list. The right side is a frame to create a new database - this is what we will use to create databases for applications is about to install.

The work is simple: just type the database name and click Create to create and complete
creatdb-2.jpg

After the database creation is complete you will find this database in the list of databases in the left section. However there is currently no table at all because we did not create the installation source code comes with it.

At this point the work done to build a database so that you can copy your source code directory www \ and install the database was then.

Note: once again reiterate that this is creating a database on localhost. Basically create a database on the hosting does not really like it although it is also used phpMyAdmin. Create database on hosting hosting depends on your use and privacy mechanism. You can refer to How to Create Database from Cpanel Hosting

hope you success. ;)
 

cbil360webdesign

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Hi Peter,
Good work, usually it's a so much important for newbie web developers to understand easily. In this thread almost all basic things you are explaining for creating a database using PHPMyAdmin.
 

LeetHost

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Good work mate, But isn't it for very old phpMyAdmin Version?
 
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