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From:Fred Read Date:April 23 1999 7:14am
Subject:Re: xmysqladmin
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Luis Costabile wrote:
> Hello,
> For some of my tables, when using XMysqladmin,  in the "Browse 
> table" window, when I select any one of the rows, the "modify" 
> button is grayed out, ie. I can't use it.
> For some of my tables I can do the above,  anyone know what it 
> is about certain tables which prevents me from doing so?

At a guess, permissions - either unix or MySQL.

You will need to check your permissions on the tables concerned. 
Look under "mysqlacess" in the manual [see below for URL].

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Net/Whois.pmDarrell Shifflett22 Apr
  • Re: Net/Whois.pmDaniel Koch22 Apr
  • xmysqladminLuis Costabile23 Apr
    • Re: xmysqladminFred Read23 Apr