Le 20/01/2012 09:30, Alexander Thurgood [via Document Foundation Mail Archive] a écrit :
If you want to be able to see all of the dbs again irrespective of the
driver privileges, you could, instead of resetting them at mysql server
level, try activating/deactiving the "Ignore Driver Privileges" option
in the Connection > Advanced details of your ODB file (although I
haven't tried this to see if it actually works).
Thanks for the hint, Alex.
I gave it a try, but this action did not produce any visible effect on displayed dbs' (even with
closing Base between each
action on this option).
Then, the ongoing solution for me is to have two distinct user profiles: one accessing to all db
and an other one with access
rights restricted to the targeted db.
BTW, do you know of some guide, tuto,site or forum related to combined use of MySQL + Base ?
Thanks again for your support in Base area.
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