FormEntry allows you to to generate an HTML interface for one or more SQL tables. This allows users to maintain the content of the tables through HTML forms rather than entering SQL commands through a terminal. Since the forms are generated by this PHP application, there is no need for users to understand the details of HTML forms. FormEntry allows you to describe the column data with complex expressions to make it more difficult for users to enter data incorrectly.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Internet Web Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: A major user interface rewrite. Bugfixes. XHTML and CSS support have been added. A static demonstration site has been added. This release requires a modern browser for the form that is generated. It requires a careful review of your local_config.php. Be sure to compare it to the released model_config.php.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of problems and adds support for new data types (textareas, selectdef, checkbox). The administrative code was moved into its own subdirectory (admin) for better access control. Support was added to allow one to clone definitions (useful when two tables are essentially the same and you want the definitions to look similar). This release makes changes to the definition table. You will eventually need to export and import all definitions.
No changes have been submitted for this release.