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-- Caveats: -- Will clobber any existing database with the same name as the 'new' database name.-- ONLY copies tables; stored procedures and other database objects are not copied.

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In the tabs there's one called Operations, go to the rename section. It does, as many suggested, create a new database with the new name, dump all tables of the old database into the new database and drop the old database.

:: The My SQL\bin folder needs to be in your environment path or the working directory.

:: :: WARNING: The script will delete the original database, but only if it successfully :: created the new copy. :: :: DISCLAIMER :: This script is provided without any express or implied warranties whatsoever.

Locate the name of the database you want to rename under the Data directory and rename it. /bin/bash mysqlconn="mysql -u root -proot" olddb=

In the tabs there's one called Operations, go to the rename section. It does, as many suggested, create a new database with the new name, dump all tables of the old database into the new database and drop the old database.

:: The My SQL\bin folder needs to be in your environment path or the working directory.

:: :: WARNING: The script will delete the original database, but only if it successfully :: created the new copy. :: :: DISCLAIMER :: This script is provided without any express or implied warranties whatsoever.

Locate the name of the database you want to rename under the Data directory and rename it. /bin/bash mysqlconn="mysql -u root -proot" olddb=$1 newdb=$2 $mysqlconn -e "CREATE DATABASE $newdb" params=$($mysqlconn -N -e "SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.

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In the tabs there's one called Operations, go to the rename section. It does, as many suggested, create a new database with the new name, dump all tables of the old database into the new database and drop the old database.:: The My SQL\bin folder needs to be in your environment path or the working directory.:: :: WARNING: The script will delete the original database, but only if it successfully :: created the new copy. :: :: DISCLAIMER :: This script is provided without any express or implied warranties whatsoever.Locate the name of the database you want to rename under the Data directory and rename it. /bin/bash mysqlconn="mysql -u root -proot" olddb=$1 newdb=$2 $mysqlconn -e "CREATE DATABASE $newdb" params=$($mysqlconn -N -e "SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.

newdb= $mysqlconn -e "CREATE DATABASE $newdb" params=$($mysqlconn -N -e "SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.

Renaming the directory could cause some permissions issues though. Note: You must stop My SQL before you can rename the database I would recommend creating a new database (using the name you want) and export/import the data you need from the old to the new. TABLES \ WHERE table_schema='$olddb'") for name in $params; do $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name"; done; $mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb" Well there are 2 methods: Method 1: A well-known method for renaming database schema is by dumping the schema using Mysqldump and restoring it in another schema, and then dropping the old schema (if needed).For your convenience, below is a small shellscript that has to be executed with two parameters: db-name and new db-name. To rename a database in Heidi SQL, just right click on the database name and select 'Edit'. ) by Simon R Jones that does what is suggested in that post. You can see it here: https://gist.github.com/ryantm/76944318b0473ff25993ef2a7186213d Here is a copy of it: " exit 1 fi db_exists=`mysql -h

Renaming the directory could cause some permissions issues though. Note: You must stop My SQL before you can rename the database I would recommend creating a new database (using the name you want) and export/import the data you need from the old to the new. TABLES \ WHERE table_schema='$olddb'") for name in $params; do $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name"; done; $mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb" Well there are 2 methods: Method 1: A well-known method for renaming database schema is by dumping the schema using Mysqldump and restoring it in another schema, and then dropping the old schema (if needed).

For your convenience, below is a small shellscript that has to be executed with two parameters: db-name and new db-name. To rename a database in Heidi SQL, just right click on the database name and select 'Edit'. ) by Simon R Jones that does what is suggested in that post. You can see it here: https://gist.github.com/ryantm/76944318b0473ff25993ef2a7186213d Here is a copy of it: " exit 1 fi db_exists=`mysql -h $1 -e "show databases like '$3'" -sss` if [ -n "$db_exists" ]; then echo "ERROR: New database already exists $3" exit 1 fi TIMESTAMP=`date %s` character_set=`mysql -h $1 -e "SELECT default_character_set_name FROM information_schema.

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Renaming the directory could cause some permissions issues though. Note: You must stop My SQL before you can rename the database I would recommend creating a new database (using the name you want) and export/import the data you need from the old to the new. TABLES \ WHERE table_schema='$olddb'") for name in $params; do $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name"; done; $mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb" Well there are 2 methods: Method 1: A well-known method for renaming database schema is by dumping the schema using Mysqldump and restoring it in another schema, and then dropping the old schema (if needed).For your convenience, below is a small shellscript that has to be executed with two parameters: db-name and new db-name. To rename a database in Heidi SQL, just right click on the database name and select 'Edit'. ) by Simon R Jones that does what is suggested in that post. You can see it here: https://gist.github.com/ryantm/76944318b0473ff25993ef2a7186213d Here is a copy of it: " exit 1 fi db_exists=`mysql -h $1 -e "show databases like '$3'" -sss` if [ -n "$db_exists" ]; then echo "ERROR: New database already exists $3" exit 1 fi TIMESTAMP=`date %s` character_set=`mysql -h $1 -e "SELECT default_character_set_name FROM information_schema.

-e "show databases like ''" -sss` if [ -n "$db_exists" ]; then echo "ERROR: New database already exists " exit 1 fi TIMESTAMP=`date %s` character_set=`mysql -h

Renaming the directory could cause some permissions issues though. Note: You must stop My SQL before you can rename the database I would recommend creating a new database (using the name you want) and export/import the data you need from the old to the new. TABLES \ WHERE table_schema='$olddb'") for name in $params; do $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name"; done; $mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb" Well there are 2 methods: Method 1: A well-known method for renaming database schema is by dumping the schema using Mysqldump and restoring it in another schema, and then dropping the old schema (if needed).

For your convenience, below is a small shellscript that has to be executed with two parameters: db-name and new db-name. To rename a database in Heidi SQL, just right click on the database name and select 'Edit'. ) by Simon R Jones that does what is suggested in that post. You can see it here: https://gist.github.com/ryantm/76944318b0473ff25993ef2a7186213d Here is a copy of it: " exit 1 fi db_exists=`mysql -h $1 -e "show databases like '$3'" -sss` if [ -n "$db_exists" ]; then echo "ERROR: New database already exists $3" exit 1 fi TIMESTAMP=`date %s` character_set=`mysql -h $1 -e "SELECT default_character_set_name FROM information_schema.

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Renaming the directory could cause some permissions issues though. Note: You must stop My SQL before you can rename the database I would recommend creating a new database (using the name you want) and export/import the data you need from the old to the new. TABLES \ WHERE table_schema='$olddb'") for name in $params; do $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name"; done; $mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb" Well there are 2 methods: Method 1: A well-known method for renaming database schema is by dumping the schema using Mysqldump and restoring it in another schema, and then dropping the old schema (if needed).For your convenience, below is a small shellscript that has to be executed with two parameters: db-name and new db-name. To rename a database in Heidi SQL, just right click on the database name and select 'Edit'. ) by Simon R Jones that does what is suggested in that post. You can see it here: https://gist.github.com/ryantm/76944318b0473ff25993ef2a7186213d Here is a copy of it: " exit 1 fi db_exists=`mysql -h $1 -e "show databases like '$3'" -sss` if [ -n "$db_exists" ]; then echo "ERROR: New database already exists $3" exit 1 fi TIMESTAMP=`date %s` character_set=`mysql -h $1 -e "SELECT default_character_set_name FROM information_schema.

-e "SELECT default_character_set_name FROM information_schema.