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Databases and Database Profiles

AnySQL Maestro allows you to manipulate databases by means of database profiles. Profile contains database connection settings and a set of options to automatize common manipulations with databases (a possibility to connect to the database at AnySQL Maestro startup, login prompt before connection, etc.). To start working with databases in AnySQL Maestro, you should create database profile(s) first.

 

Use the following links for details:

 

 

In AnySQL Maestro database profiles are created within Create Database Profiles Wizard. In order to run the wizard you should either

 

select the Database | Create Database Profiles... main menu item

or

use the Create Database Profiles... item of the popup menu.

 

Using Create Database Profiles Wizard set the necessary connection and authorization options and click the Ready button to complete the operation.

 

 

 

Database connection properties and profile options are edited within the Database Profile Properties dialog window. In order to open the dialog for the selected database profile you should either

 

select the Database | Edit Database Profile... main menu item

or

use the Edit Database Profile... item of the popup menu.

 

 

 

In order to remove a database profile you should first select the database profile in the explorer tree, then either select the Database | Remove Database Profile main menu item, or use the Remove Database Profile item of the popup menu and confirm removing profile in the dialog window to complete the operation.

 

 

 

In order to connect to a database you should first select the database in the explorer tree, then either

 

select the Database | Connect to Database main menu item

or

use the Connect to Database item of the popup menu.

 

 

 

In order to disconnect from a database you should first select the database in the explorer tree, then either

 

select the Database | Disconnect from Database main menu item

or

use the Disconnect from Database item of the popup menu.

 



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