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phpMyAdmin installation for use with Enterprise Server 10

phpMyAdmin installation for use with Enterprise Server 10

Important: Using phpMyAdmin is not recommended for production environments but when installed, make sure that it is properly secured or deleted after the Enterprise Server installation. Please refer to your Web server and phpMyAdmin documentation for securing access.

Note: This is an optional installation step when using MySQL.

On Mac OS

Step 1. Copy the phpMyAdmin folder to the Web root.

Location: /Library/Web Server/Documents

Step 2. Open the file config.inc.php (found in the main phpMyAdmin folder) in your favorite editor and do the following:

Note: See the Configuration section in the file for an explanation of all values.

Step 2a. Change the following values to fit your environment:

  • Host (Here, Host means the MySQL server.)
  • User
  • Password
  • Authentication Mode

Step 2b. Insert the correct value for $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’].

Step 3. Test the phpMyAdmin page by accessing the following URL:

http://localhost/phpMyAdmin/index.php

On Windows

Step 1. Copy the phpMyAdmin folder to the Web root.

Location: /Library/Web Server/Documents

Step 2. Open the file config.inc.php (found in the main phpMyAdmin folder) in your favorite editor and do the following:

Note: See the Configuration section in the file for an explanation of all values.

Step 2a. Change the following values to fit your environment:

  • Host (Here, Host means the MySQL server.)
  • User
  • Password
  • Authentication Mode

Step 2b. Insert the correct value for $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’].

Step 3. Test the phpMyAdmin page by accessing the following URL:

http://localhost/phpMyAdmin/index.php

On Linux

Step 1. Perform the installation according to the type of Linux distribution: RPM, Apt, or manual download.

Note: For more information about the correct installation procedure, visit www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/downloads.php.

Step 2. Open the file config.inc.php (found in the main phpMyAdmin folder) in your favorite editor and do the following:

Note: See the Configuration section in the file for an explanation of all values.

Step 2a. Change the following values to fit your environment:

  • Host (Here, Host means the MySQL server.)
  • User
  • Password
  • Authentication Mode

Step 2b. Insert the correct value for $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’].

Step 3. Test the phpMyAdmin page by accessing the following URL:

http://localhost/phpMyAdmin/index.php

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