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problem matching oracle database to mysql
Posted by: sloth fur
Date: January 06, 2010 02:36PM

I'm using Mysql 5.1 on Windows.

I'm having some problems creating databases in Mysql to match what I have in Oracle.

For example:
In Oracle, I have a DB1 database. Inside DB1 I have schema1, schema2.

In MySQL, when I do the following:
create database DB1;
use DB1;
create schema schema1;
create schema schema2;

show databases;
The result is shown as DB1, schema1, schema2 databases.

My question is: Is there a way to create databases in Mysql as you would in Oracle ? THe reason I asked is b/c I have 3 Oracle databases that have the same schemas. How can this be done in Mysql b/c it would overlap.

I'd appreciate any suggestions.

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