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[[MySQL]] and [[PostgreSQL]] are the two fully supported databases that Moodle uses. Other databases may also work. 
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'''phpMyAdmin''' is a useful MySQL database administration tool (if you are using MySQL as the database for your Moodle). When installed as part of Moodle, it becomes part of the Moodle interface. It can be found in the site administration block>Server>database link.   
 
 
'''phpMyAdmin''' is a useful MySQL database administration tool. When installed as part of Moodle, it becomes part of the Moodle interface. It can be found in the site administration block>Server>database link.   
 
  
 
==Install phpMyAdmin==
 
==Install phpMyAdmin==

Revision as of 18:12, 24 February 2010

phpMyAdmin is a useful MySQL database administration tool (if you are using MySQL as the database for your Moodle). When installed as part of Moodle, it becomes part of the Moodle interface. It can be found in the site administration block>Server>database link.

Install phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin can downloaded from the Modules and plugins database.

To install, just unzip the archive inside the moodle/admin folder. You should end up with a folder in there called 'mysql' in there that contains all the necessary files. Now when you look at your site admin block you will see a new link: Server > Database.

See also