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From:Mike OK Date:October 5 2010 3:23pm
Subject:Re: GRANT issues
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Hi Steve

Your statement will allow you to SELECT from any table in the pet_calendar 
database.  You need to add INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE etc to your GRANT 
statement.  If you would like to have a super user, just GRANT ALL


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Marquez" <smarquez@stripped>
To: "MySQL List" <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 10:50 AM
Subject: GRANT issues


I am attempting to set up permissions on DB with the following code from the 
terminal on Mac OS 10.6

logged into mysql with a user that has access to the mysql database

GRANT SELECT ON pet_calendar.* TO username@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 

I can get the user and password set up fine, but it does not grant any 
privileges. It is probably an easy fix that I am just missing, but I would 
appreciate your help.


Steve Marquez
Marquez Design
e-mail: smarquez@stripped
phone: 479-648-0325

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