You might try and hack something together using NTFS juction points.
Unadvisable though, and probably unsupported.
On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 9:00 PM, Foo JH <jhfoo-ml@stripped> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using MySQL 5.0 on Windows 2003.
> Problem background: We use the same server for different applications.
> All the applications share the same server as the database server. Each
> application uses their own database. In MSSQL we put each database in
> the corresponding application folder so that the application root folder
> contains everything (including the database).
> Now we're trying to do the same for MySQL as well, but I'm not sure how
> I can specify that a database should be created in a particular
> directory (and it's almost always not in C:\Program Files\MySQL Server).
> Can anyone advise? Thanks.
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