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From:Martijn Tonies Date:August 9 2005 2:20pm
Subject:GRANTS for tables - why is "create" possible?
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Hi there,

What is the purpose of this GRANT statement?

GRANT CREATE ON <tablename> TO `root`@`%`;

eg:
GRANT CREATE ON address TO `root`@`%`;

It's possible, but what is it supposed to do?

I can understand this grant on a global (server) and database
level, but on a table level?

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
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GRANTS for tables - why is "create" possible?Martijn Tonies9 Aug
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