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Separate usage of PhpMyAdmin

Discussion in 'Plesk 11.x for Linux' started by mr.switcher, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. mr.switcher

    mr.switcher New Pleskian

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    Hello.

    I'm using Plesk Panel on my dedicated server for some time.
    And I'm using phpmyadmin to manage my databases. I have to access it through Server -> Database Servers and by clicking on small icong on the right side of a localhost server entry.

    Untill now, I've used to administrate all the server stuff by myself. And today I've been told to give an access to a single database to the third-party person.

    And the thing is I have no idea how to grant an access to phpmyadmin only. This user shoudn't have access to all the Plesk stuff. I've tried to create an "Application User" in the Panel, but I coudn't find a way to give him access to phpmyadmin. So i thought, may be there's a way to access it outside of Plesk?

    I would appriciate any solution for this.

    Sorry for my English :)
     
  2. Amin Taheri

    Amin Taheri Golden Pleskian Plesk Certified Professional

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    Install a copy of phpmyadmin on a domain or the main FQDN of the server and use SQL server permissions to allow them access.

    Oh, and remove the install once that persons access is no longer needed :)
     
  3. mr.switcher

    mr.switcher New Pleskian

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    This way it works well, thank you
     
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