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Hi i have a value B1-1 somewhere in my database and I dont know what the table or column is.

What is the best way of searching for something so that I can locate where it is in the DB
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by:Ray
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Try SQLYog (14 days free trial), it has the Data Search function to search values in tables/fields
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PhpMyAdmin or Adminer will allow you to do a search thru the whole db.
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by:HainKurt
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dump it to a text file and do a text editor like notepadd++ to locate it :)

mysqldump -u myuser --no-create-info databasename > myfile.sql
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Maybe this works for you

MySQL Workbench
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench/5.2.html
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