The latest Magento 2 comes with not only improved security, performance, and ease of use but also some changes in the file structure.
The configuration file differs from the one in Magento 1. For example:
In the previous version of Magento, the database configuration file was located in app/etc/local.xml, whereas, in Magento 2, the file address is app/etc/env.php
The database configuration file holds information like server hostname, username, password, database name, view of backups, database edits, and every alteration you need to work with MySQL.
This blog post will guide you on how to change database name in Magento 2.
Use the below solution when you have FTP access, but you don’t know database credentials while working with a live site.
Method to Change Database Name in Magento 2
- In your Magento 2 folder structure, open env.php file from app/code/
- Change the database name by modifying name of ‘dbname‘.123456789101112131415'db' => ['table_prefix' => '','connection' => ['default' => ['host' => 'localhost','dbname' => 'magento_db','username' => 'root','password' => 'admin123','model' => 'mysql4','engine' => 'innodb','initStatements' => 'SET NAMES utf8;','active' => '1']]]
Here, database name is magento_db. Now change the name of database to your selected name in the dbname.
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