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Database Management

Updated at: Jun 09, 2021 GMT+08:00

Function Overview

Figure 1 Database Management
Table 1 Functions




Consists of six types of objects (tables, views, stored procedures, events, triggers, and functions).

Database information

Displays the name, IP address, character set, SQL window, and data dictionary of the current database.

Metadata Collection

Allows DAS to automatically collects only the data such as database names, table names, and field names in an instance (user data in your tables is not included).


If there are too many tables, the system will not collect the metadata and display the table list to mitigate the impact on database performance.

SQL tuning

Diagnoses SQL statements and SQL files.

List details

Displays the operation area for each type of object.

You can go to the Database Management page in either of the following ways:

  • Choose Database Management on the top menu bar.
  • In the database list of the Home page, locate the target database and click Manage in the Operation column.

Object List

You can manage tables, views, stored procedures, events, triggers, and functions of the MySQL DB instances. The main operations include creating, querying, and modifying objects.

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