Question on Editor

Jon Paris
  • Jon Paris

    Jon Paris - 2009-10-04

    According to the Editor main page Editor uses a separate User Id and Pw from the normal MySQL - but nowhere does it tell you _how_ to set these up.

    For sure it does not use the MySQL ones as when I sign in with that it says "No Tables"  Looks like a great tool and I love Adminer but how do I get started with editor - I can find no information.

  • Jakub Vrána

    Jakub Vrána - 2009-10-04

    By default, Editor allows any login and password and use default credentials (defined by e.g. mysql.default_*) and first available database.

    But for any real application you have to define  with credentials(), database() and login() methods.


  • Nobody/Anonymous

    OK - thanks - that is probably a little bit beyond my capability right now.  Adminer's one-file deployment was so easy to use I had hoped that I could use this to replace Xataface and put it into action as simply as Adminer.

    It probably is as easy if you know what you're doing!

    Thanks again.

  • Jakub Vrána

    Jakub Vrána - 2010-10-25

    The default setting in Adminer 3 uses the passed login and password as MySQL credentials.


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