Mysql Cmd Xampp

Or XLMPP for that matter 😉

There are two ways to do it. Both are basically the same, but one just makes it a lot easier. We’ll go over the harder one first.

First Method:

Your MySQL binaries should be somewhere under your XAMPP folder. Look for a /bin folder, and you'll find the mysql.exe client around. Let's assume it is in c: xampp mysql bin. The moment you reach the /bin folder,issue this command below. This section describes use of command-line options to specify how to establish connections to the MySQL server, for clients such as mysql or mysqldump.For information on establishing connections using URI-like connection strings or key-value pairs, for clients such as MySQL Shell, see Section 4.2.5, “Connecting to the Server Using URI-Like Strings or Key-Value Pairs”.

Start the command prompt, and cd to the xampp directory. It’ll usually be something like:
cd ././Program Files/xampp
if you used the installer and default install location.

Once in there, cd to the mysql bin directory.
cd mysql/bin

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Now, run the command:
mysql.exe --user=root --password=
And the MySQL command line will start. If you’ve changed the username or password of the MySQL user, you need to change the –user= and –password= accordingly.

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Second method:

Basically the same way as before, but we’ll create a batch file to make it easier.

First, create a file called mysql_command.bat in the XAMPP directory.

Edit this file with Notepad or any text editor, and paste in this:

Save it, and change the –user= and –password= if you’ve changed the user or password.

Xampp mysql 5.7 download. Now, run mysql_command.bat and a command prompt will show up with the MySQL command line running.

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It’s as easy as that.