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Managed MySQL and Stored procedures

I use managed MySql and I try to import a database that contains some stored procedures but the import fails with: Access denied; you need (at least one of) the SUPER or SET_USER_ID privilege(s) for this operation

I use doadmin user. Is there any limitation about using the stored procedures? How can I import my database without such errors?


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It seems there are no issues if the imported database uses ‘doadmin’ user. My db uses ‘root’ and this was not accepted.