Table of Contents
This chapter describes the MySQL Event
Scheduler, for which support was added in MySQL 5.1.6.,
and is divided into the following sections:
Section 21.1, “Event Scheduler Overview” provides an introduction to
and conceptual overview of MySQL Events.
Section 21.2, “Event Scheduler Syntax” discusses the SQL commands
introduced in MySQL 5.1.6 for creating, altering, and dropping
Section 21.3, “Event Metadata” shows how to obtain
information about events and how this information is stored by
the MySQL Server.
Section 21.4, “The Event Scheduler and MySQL Privileges” discusses the privileges
required to work with events and the ramifications that events
have with regard to privileges when executing.
Section 21.5, “Event Scheduler Limitations and Restrictions” describes the
restrictions and limitations of MySQL's Event Scheduler
You may find the
Scheduler User Forum of use when working with events.
Here you can discuss the MySQL Event Scheduler with other MySQL
users and the MySQL developers.