Managing Databases

Operator: <database>

XML Schema: database_input.xsd, database_output.xsd

Plesk version: Plesk 8.1

XML API version: 1.4.2.0 and higher

Plesk user: Administrator, customer

Description

The database operator enables you to manage databases and database user accounts. Learn more in the Administrator's Guide.

 database

Supported operations

  • ADD-DB creates database entry of the specified type, defining the subscription that will use it.
  • DEL-DB removes database entry; If a database is used by an application installed on the server, it cannot be removed.
  • GET-DB retrieves database parameters by the ID, subscription name or subscription ID.
  • ASSIGN-TO-SUBSCRIPTION moves a database to another subscription.
  • SET-DEFAULT-USER specifies a default database user that Plesk uses for accessing the database.
  • GET-DEFAULT-USER retrieves ID of administrator of a specified database.
  • ADD-DB-USER creates a database user account for a specified database.
  • DEL-DB-USER removes a database user account from a specified database.
  • GET-DB-USERS retrieves the list of users of a specified database and information about access control records for MySQL databases.
  • SET-DB-USER changes credentials of a database user and specifies hosts or IP addresses from which database users are allowed to connect to databases.

Remarks

Before working with databases, be sure to call operation get_supported_types or the db_server operator in order to retrieve information on which database servers are configured on the specific Plesk server.

Next in this section:

Available Filters

Creating Databases

Deleting Databases

Retrieving Information About Databases

Moving Databases to Another Subscription

Assigning Default Database Users

Retrieving Default Database User Info

Creating Database Users

Changing Credentials, Access Rules, and User Roles

Retrieving Database Users Info

Deleting Database Users

 

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