DB_Browser is a CGI tool for developers working with any relational database supported by Perl::DBI. It easily facilitates searching, editing, and adding to tables within a database. While it can be used as a regular interface to database data itself, it works well as a supplemental tool for developers creating their own primary interface.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Removal of the last trace of sth->rows function that was messing up Oracle, a fix for a bug with target column selection in search, a new option not to use HTML::Template (and a default generic form for "those" people), a fix for a bug with "search" and "add" links where current table wasn't being selected properly in resulting page, a fix for a problem where @active_tables config wasn't being respected, seperating user configurable options into CONFIG.pm file, and a minor update to prevent warnings on commit from MySQL.
Release Notes: Major improvements in MySQL compatibility and functionality, and structure/readability of code, use of HTML::Template to implement templating system, better Oracle compatibility, ability to restrict functionality available for public users, and improved formatting of search results and error messages. Searching is partial-match enabled, installation and configuration documentation were updated, and the HTML output routines were completely rewritten.
Release Notes: Includes native MySQL compatibility. "Order by" functionality for search results was added and other appearance/performance enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Version 1.3b1 finally introduces the ability to work with MySQL databases. This is a development version though, which means it needs testing and might contain bugs. <P><B>Note:</B> Version 1.21 has also been released featuring minor cosmetic changes.
Release Notes: Integrated Postgres and Oracle versions (will allow easy porting for MySQL, Sybase, etc), minor bug fixes, and general code improvements.