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ASP.NET - PhpMyAdmin managed MySQL databases

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my website provider allow to create database and tables in MySQL databases. (PhpMyAdmin is  used to manage MySQL databases) i have username & password for that phpMyAdmin login.

now i create the tables in that. But i dont know how to connect to that database and tables from my ASP.NET program.  So that only i can insert values to that tables and retrive from that database. currently i don' have MySQL in my local pc.

i need some detailed answer for this.

thanks
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try the "server explorer" provided by VS.Net IDE .... Menu "View->Server Explorer" or "CTRL+ALT+S" .. try adding ur server to the server node ... this works for SQL server .. but never tried it for MYSQL .. after u add ur server .. exapnd the "server node" does ur server appear under the "SQL server" list? ...
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i am not sure about this, but i think the server explorer would support mysql too  . .. seems that is the reasson y the author has not come back with any more questions too ...
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