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All versions of MySQL (not Microsoft SQL Server). Please also add a version-specific tag like mysql-5.7 if that is relevant to the question.

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When I create a user account with localhost and password as create user user1@localhost identified by 'user1' It is ok to grant. But when i create user using '%' and without password, it is not …
asked Nov 25 '15 by Ju Ju
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Using mysql, how to restrict a user just to get the aggregated information (eg. sums, averages, count) of the table and only if the result of the number of record is greater than the threshold? For …
asked Dec 12 '15 by Ju Ju
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I have to create a table including a column named tax. The data values of that column are such as 20k, 15k, and so on. So I used varchar(10) data type for that column. But when I have to do calculatio …
asked Dec 27 '15 by Ju Ju
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There are two tables. P(pno,pname,color) and sp(sno,pno,qty) and s(sno,sname) I want to get the most supplied pname and its total supplied quantity. I wrote query using derived table like select pno …
asked Dec 13 '15 by Ju Ju
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work. How to grant privilege to all user in mysql? And, in the person table, name column store only just name. But current_user replies name@localhost. So it does not match. How to solve that? …
asked Dec 3 '15 by Ju Ju
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As far as I know, DOMAINS cannot be created in MySQL. Is there any disadvantage for that? Is there something to be used instead of using CREATE DOMAIN? …
asked Nov 18 '15 by Ju Ju
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transactions can update a row, but transaction 1 does not take into account those changes. I before believed that (1) is right. But when I tested sample transactions on machine, (2) is correct. I am using MySQL version 5.1.2.re Community. …
asked Feb 23 '17 by Ju Ju