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In response to the MySQL question, I think that the user can
always see the databases with a "show databases;" command,
but you can of course not give them priviledges to select,
insert, update, or delete from said tables. Now, if I
misunderstood your question, and what you meant was to not
allow them to perform queries in a database, to not allow
them to "see" the information in the database itself, simply
turn off the above privs.

Check out the documentation at for
more info. Chapters 6 and 7.35 might prove useful.

Josh Glover

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