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Is it possible to access Plesk databases from outside Plesk?

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  • Jake_J
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    An external database is made up of a collection of chained terms that allow you to access data that isn't part of your Prolog program directly.

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  • Ivy Afton
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    Ok and what about the external database?

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  • Connor
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    Remote Database Access establishes a remote connection between a database client and a database server using standard protocols. The client is interacting with a process that manages data transfers to and from a database, whereas the server is interacting with an application program.​

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  • Blake Acy
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    What is the definition of a remote access database?​

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  • Aiden
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    MariaDB, Microsoft SQL, and MySQL are among the database servers supported by Plesk for Windows.​

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  • Sven
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    Plesk uses which database?​

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  • Jake_J
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    Yes. A new user should be created to be used for the remote connection.
    1) Click Tools & Settings > Database Servers > Settings > Local MySQL Settings.
    2) Check the Allow local MySQL server to accept external connections box, and then click OK.

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  • Ivy Afton
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    Remote access is not available to Plesk administrators by default.

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  • Is it possible to access Plesk databases from outside Plesk?

    I want to know whether it is possible to access Plesk databases from outside of Plesk.
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