1. PierrickL

    PierrickL New Member

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    Hello,

    I found lots of topics about the way to access PHPMyAdmin when using Plesk, but no with the 10.x for Linux installation.

    So what is the easyest solution to access to PHPMyAdmin with Plesk Panel 10.1.1 ?

    Is there something to set up to have a direct access ?
    If not, is it posssible to make a shortcut on Plesk or to setup something special to get a very quick access to PHPMyAdmin ?
    I can log as root if necessary.

    Thanks for your advises.

    Regards.

    P.
  2. PierrickL

    PierrickL New Member

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    No one to give me advises about how to access to Php My Admin as quick as possible ?

    Thanks for your help ?
  3. elR

    elR New Member

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    Great question about PHPMyAdmin

    I was wondering the same thing... :)
  4. Amin Taheri

    Amin Taheri Product Expert

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    it is located at https://<server>:8443/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin/ - however you must be logged into plesk to get there.

    If you want to use your own version installed in the main plesk domains web space ( ie https://<server>/phpMyAdmin) you can install and configure the latest release yourself and then give your clients that method of accessing it instead.
  5. elR

    elR New Member

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    So it seems the answer to Pierrick's question, "Is there something to set up to have a direct access ?" is "No". Looks like it's time to file a feature request...
  6. PierrickL

    PierrickL New Member

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    Ok.
    Thanks.
  7. Amin Taheri

    Amin Taheri Product Expert

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    No, there is no direct way to access it and a feature request will most likely get ignored since their phpMyAdmin is entirely modified to work inside of plesk, they cant allow direct access to it.

    The only way arround that is the method that I suggested previously, in the main plesk domains web space ( ie https://<server>/phpMyAdmin) you can install and configure the latest release yourself and then give your clients that method of accessing it instead.

    Then you can place a custom button on any page you want with a link right to it, or allow users to bookmark it and access it outside of plesk as well.
  8. PierrickL

    PierrickL New Member

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    Yes Thanks.

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