Schema Privileges panel has the following
sections, used to create users for your schemata and to define
The following figure displays the
Privileges section of the MySQL
To add a role, double-click the
role1. Right-clicking a role opens a pop-up
menu with the following items:
To rename a role, click the role name. Then you will be able to edit the text.
All defined roles are listed under Roles on the left side of the role editor. Double-clicking a role object opens the role editor docked at the bottom of the page.
Select the role to which you wish to add objects. You may drag
and drop objects from the
Physical Schemas to
Objects section of the role editor. To
assign privileges to a role, select it from the
Roles section, then select an object in the
Objects section. In the
Privileges section, check the rights you wish
to assign to this role. For example, a
web_user role might have only
SELECT privileges and only for database
objects exposed through a web interface. Creating roles can make
the process of assigning rights to new users much easier.
To add a user, double-click the
icon. This creates a user with the default name
user1. Double-clicking this user opens the
user editor docked at the bottom of the application.
User Editor, set the user's name and
password using the Name and
Password fields. Assign one role or a
number of roles to the user by selecting the desired roles from
the field on the right and then clicking the
button. Roles may be revoked by
moving them in the opposite direction.
Right-clicking a user opens a pop-up menu. The items in the menu function as described in Section 126.96.36.199.1, “Adding Roles”.