>(I think I need their
> assistance if I want to use PhpMyAdmin, right?

  Most of the time, no. These are the lines you usually need to change on
PhpMyAdmin config file:

$cfgServers[1]['host']          = 'localhost'; // MySQL hostname
$cfgServers[1]['user']          = 'root';      // MySQL user (only needed
with basic auth)
$cfgServers[1]['password']      = '';          // MySQL password (only
needed with basic auth)

  Pretty standard for a php/mysql script configuration. It is hard to
believe it won't work, so I would give a shot.


Julio Nobrega

Don't eat the yellow snow.

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> Our organization has a website that uses PHP and MySQL.  In fact, at least
> 75% of our webpages are generated dynamically.
> I want to run reports on the current MySQL database, create new databases
> and create, copy and alter existing tables.
> Our web host does not support telnet or SSH for its clients and is not
> interested in working with PhpMyAdmin at the moment (I think I need their
> assistance if I want to use PhpMyAdmin, right?). Is this rather typical of
> web hosts?
> Can I do the tasks above by designing up a php/web interface from scratch?
> Any help/suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
> Frustrated in Vermont - Shawna

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