MySQL views and stored procedures


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I didn't want to create a support ticket, as it's a not a big issue, but as you may also know creating MySQL stored procedures needs higher privileges than a db normal user.

I have a query with a lot of joins that I want to convert to a stored procedure. Is there way to do it, with or without support's help?

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cPanel does not support stored procedures right now via MySQL. I believe your main cPanel user may have access to do it but any other user you create will not. We'll be unable to add the permissions for other users as it adds an element of manual work which is something we avoid as it can lead to things breaking down the line for users as the panel is not aware of the changes we make.

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