This document describes the features of the new version of DMC, such as database/table creation, database management, instance monitoring, instance session management, and visualized table data editing.
If you want to use features such as real-time database monitoring and InnoDB lock wait management, you can click Back to old version in the top-right corner of the DMC navigation bar to access the legacy version of DMC.
For more information on the character set and collation, please see MySQL's official documentation.
Log in to DMC, select Database Management on the navigation bar at the top, and create, edit, or delete databases on the displayed page.
Log in to DMC, select Instance Session on the navigation bar at the top, and enter the instance session management page. You can view the details of all database sessions in the instance from four dimensions: session overview, users, access sources, and databases.
DMC allows you to kill sessions, facilitating your session management.
Log in to DMC, select SQL Window on the navigation bar at the top, or click SQL Operation on the Operation menu on the left sidebar to access the SQL window, which supports the following features:
Log in to DMC, select Data Management > Data Importing or Data Exporting on the navigation bar at the top, and you can import data into or export data from a database.
The new version of DMC for MySQL supports inserting, deleting, and updating data. You can click a table in the left Table list to insert, delete, and update its data in batches in the right pane, and then click OK in the Quick Operation pane to preview the SQL statements and implement the modification.