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Relational Databases
When we think of a database, what we traditionally envision is a relational database. This is a repository of structured data organized by schemas, tables, columns, and rows. Data is stored persistently, and...
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Databases

Relational Databases
When we think of a database, what we traditionally envision is a relational database. This is a repository of structured data organized by schemas, tables, columns, and rows. Data is stored persistently, and...
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Remote Access

This article describes three methods for connecting to your Cloud Database: 
Connect Through a Cloud Server Using ssh and the Hostname 
Connect Directly to the Database Using the Hostname
Connect Using a Cloud Load Balancer...
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MSSQL

There is a known error that occurs in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio that you may be experiencing when connecting to an MSSQL 2012 database externally.
In MSSQL Server Management Studio, when right-clicking on an MSSQL...
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There is a known error that occurs in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio that you may be experiencing when connecting to an MSSQL 2012 database externally.
In MSSQL Server Management Studio, when right-clicking on an MSSQL...
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Contents

1 MSSQL Security


2 Remapping MSSQL Users

2.1 Remapping Database Users to Logins





MSSQL Security

MSSQL has two logical layers of security. The term login refers to the...
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Until we upgrade to SQL Server 2008, you can refer to this link in the event you are using Management Studio 2008
If you are seeing issues viewing your SQL Server 2005 database in Management Studio 2008 and the database is...
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Note: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can get to it from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your name in the upper-right corner and selecting Cloud Sites Control Panel.
In this article we are going...
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Linux MySQL

Cloud Sites will be retiring MySQL 4 soon in favor of MySQL 5. Any sites using MySQL 4 after November 1, 2011, will be automatically migrated to MySQL 5.
Migrating affected sites between MySQL versions will of necessity involve...
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Contents
1 Abstract
2 Introduction
3 SQL Injection Examples
4 Cheat Sheet On SQL Injection Attacks Against MySQL Databases
5 SQL Injection by Exploiting the INFORMATION_SCHEMA
6 Preventing MySQL SQL Injections
7 Summary
8...
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Note: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can get to it from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your name in the upper-right corner and selecting Cloud Sites Control Panel.
Now that you've successfully...
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Security


Contents
1 Abstract
2 Introduction
3 SQL Injection Examples
4 Cheat Sheet On SQL Injection Attacks Against MySQL Databases
5 SQL Injection by Exploiting the INFORMATION_SCHEMA
6 Preventing MySQL SQL Injections
7 Summary
8...
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Security Tools


Contents
1 Abstract
2 Introduction
3 SQL Injection Examples
4 Cheat Sheet On SQL Injection Attacks Against MySQL Databases
5 SQL Injection by Exploiting the INFORMATION_SCHEMA
6 Preventing MySQL SQL Injections
7 Summary
8...
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MySQL


Contents
1 Abstract
2 Introduction
3 SQL Injection Examples
4 Cheat Sheet On SQL Injection Attacks Against MySQL Databases
5 SQL Injection by Exploiting the INFORMATION_SCHEMA
6 Preventing MySQL SQL Injections
7 Summary
8...
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Windows MSSQL

NOTE: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Cloud Sites Control...
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Uncategorized

NOTE: This article refers to the Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right corner of the control panel and selecting Cloud Sites Control...
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