"mysql"-database contains all the system tables and users. Users are only inserted there and defined for which database they are made.
As Jason suggested, look at mysql.com they have a fine manual with tutorials and looooong descriptions which lead to easy solutions to create users. i.e. search for the "grant"-statement. Thomas On Tue, 3 Dec 2002 16:56:40 -0700 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Chase) wrote: > Thanks for the info... As it turns out, I am just a blithering idiot... I > didn't know that I had to create a separate user... As I said, that shows > my newbieness... > > However, this has lead me to another question... The default database, > "mysql," comes with a "users" file already... How do I create that in a new > database?? Or can I just copy the existing to a new database? > > Chase > > > "Jason Wong" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message > [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > > On Tuesday 03 December 2002 23:09, Chase wrote: > > > I am the first to admit that this question belongs on a MySQL newsgroup > > > instead of here, but I can't seem to find a newsgroup that will answer > > > me... > > > > www.mysql.com > > > > > Here is a newbie question. I am running a Win2K Advanced Server with > IIS > > > 5<?>, PHP4, and MySQLmax 3.23.53. I am by no means experienced in > setting > > > up any of these items, but my simple question is, how do I determine the > > > name of the MySQL server so I can get PHP to connect to it? > > > > If they're all on the same server use 'localhost'. > > > > -- > > Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz > > Open Source Software Systems Integrators > > * Web Design & Hosting * Internet & Intranet Applications Development * > > > > /* > > My father was a God-fearing man, but he never missed a copy of the > > New York Times, either. > > -- E.B. White > > */ > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php