Sorry. Stupid technospeak on my part.

When you connect to the database, you tell it to use a particular
username and password. When these new tables were created, did you
change the permissions in the mysql table for the user, or does that
account have access to all the tables/databases? Basically, did you
grant or change permissions when the new tables were created?

BTW, CRUD = Create, Read, Update, Delete

--- Jody Cleveland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Does the user that the script runs as have full CRUD access to
> the
> > new tables? Have you set any restrictions on what that user can
> do to
> > the table(s)?
> Boy, do I feel lost...
> How would I check that?
> Thanks!
> Jody
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