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From:Jorge del Conde Date:April 8 2003 6:12am
Subject:Re: User Administration under MySQL Control Center 0.9.1-beta
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Hi!

This is probably because you don't have enough privileges to see the list of
users.  Make sure you have enough privileges to do a "SELECT User, Host FROM
mysql.user ORDER BY User".

Regards,
Jorge
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas A. Moulton" <Thomas.Moulton@stripped>
To: <mysqlcc@stripped>
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2003 7:06 AM
Subject: User Administration under MySQL Control Center 0.9.1-beta


> When I connect to my MySQL as user root using mysqlcc-0.9.1 and double
> click on "User Administration" I am no longer shown a list of existing
> users.  No errors show up in the "Messages" or "SQL Debug" tabs.  I
> don't have this problem using mysqlcc-0.8.8-beta or mysqlcc-0.8.1-alpha
> on this same server.
>
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User Administration under MySQL Control Center 0.9.1-betaThomas A. Moulton7 Apr
  • Re: User Administration under MySQL Control Center 0.9.1-betaJorge del Conde8 Apr
Re: User Administration under MySQL Control Center 0.9.1-betaThomas A. Moulton11 Apr