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How to remove/de-attach an object (database) from a user?

Kreipski's profile image Kreipski posted 1 month ago in General Permalink

Hi,

First of all, I like the ease of use of HeidiSQL. Thanks for making this!

That said, there's one thing I didn't figure out after the years of usage and I'd like to know: I can't find any button to remove one and the regular keystrokes, like DEL (on Windows) don't work.

How can we remove an object (= database) from a user in the User Manager?

Thanks in advance!

ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 1 month ago Permalink

Uncheck the database and press the save button:

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Kreipski's profile image Kreipski posted 1 month ago Permalink

Wow, that's a very quick response. Thanks a lot!

It doesn't work here though. I just tried it several times, but if I uncheck the database and click save it's still attached to that user. Also after closing and re-opening the user manager.

Am I missing something here?

Kreipski's profile image Kreipski posted 1 month ago Permalink

BTW in your example it shows 'Table', but I'm trying to detach databases

Kreipski's profile image Kreipski posted 1 month ago Permalink

Alright, just upgraded to HeidiSql 11.3 (was using v11.1 before) and now it is working. I wonder how it was done before that though. Also had a weird crash by trying to download that version from the website. Even task manager itself crashed in Windows and I've never seen that happening before. A little worrying on a computer that is healthy and protected well. Not sure what that was about.

So it could as well be that the restart that was the only way to get the task manager back to normal again fixed all this instead of the upgrade...

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