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This one has me scratching my head.  I am creating a database with several tables.  All of the tables are there (I can see them using the GUI of MySQL) but phpMyAdmin only shows the first table (listed alphabetically).  Any idea what has caused this?  I've read as much of the phpMyAdmin documentation as I can understand, and have searched the web for this phenomenon, but so far, I'm not finding anything on this.  Any help would be greatly appreciated!  I've included a screen capture showing a database called SECURE, with two tables, but only showing one below the Database name in the left frame.

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Very odd.  Have you tried the latest version of phpmyadmin?  What are the other database and table names?
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The other table name in "SECURE" is "Member."  The other databases are NCR, CSR, information_schema and mysql.  I created Member, NCR and CSR.  information_schema and mysql already existed.  I can see all the tables in the information_schema and mysql tables, but only one in the databases I created.  My phpMyAdmin version is 2.11.9.5.
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Are you creating the tables/databases inside phpmyadmin? If not, what happens if you do?
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Updating to the latest version solved my problem.  Thanks!
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