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When typing in the command mysqlshow I receive an error of:

Access Denied for user: 'ODBC@localhost' (Using Password: NO)

Can anyone tell me what is wrong?

The server is running and I am using this command at the prompt: 'C:\MySql\bin'

Any suggestions would be great,

Thanks
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Hi Scott,

You will need to supply a username and/or password to access the database.

Eg. mysqlshow -u username -p

It will then prompt you for a password.

Try: mysqlshow -u root
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