Removes a database completely. If the database is open and a database name not given, it removes the current database.
DROP DATABASE [<database-name> <server-username> <server-user-password>]
<database-nameDefines the database you want to drop. By default it uses the current database, if it's open.
<server-username>Defines the server user. This user must have the privileges to drop the database.
<server-user-password>Defines the password for the server user.
NOTE: When you drop a database, it deletes the database and all records, caches and schema information it contains. Unless you have made backups, there is no way to restore the database after you drop it.
Remove the current local database:
Remove the database
DROP DATABASE REMOTE:localhost/demo root root_password
You can create a new database using the
CREATE DATABASEcommand. To make changes to an existing database, use the
For more information on other commands, please refer to Console Commands and SQL Commands.