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MySQL is an Oracle-developed relational database management system (RDBMS) based on structured query language (SQL). A database is a collection of data that is organised. It might be anything from a basic grocery list to a photo gallery or a repository for a corporate network's massive volumes of data.

For subsequent statements, the USE statement instructs MySQL to use the named database as the default (current) database. This statement necessitates the database or an object within it having some level of privilege. A single line must be used to specify the database name.

Open Workbench and click + next to the MySQL connections option to import a file. Fill in the connection information in the fields below. Go to Data Import/Restore once you've linked to the database. Select Import from Self-Contained File from the Import menu.

A database is often created to make it simple to store and retrieve data. Any firm or organisation needs a good database. This is because the database maintains all of the company's relevant information, such as employee records, transactional records, salary information, and so on.

These databases feature scientific and peer-reviewed articles authored by reputable individuals such as journalists, researchers, and industry professionals. Users can locate the information they need more quickly because databases give strong search capabilities for refining results.

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