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phpMyAccess

phpMyAccess is a tool that allows you to design, edit, and run queries from your browser, with the ability to edit the data in the resulting queries in place. was originally based on phpMyEdit 2.3, and has grown to include a complete user/menu systeItm. It features easy setup, many different kinds of fields, setup with an extra step to select linked tables, easy user menu setup, simple level-based authentication, and easy extendibility. It includes RTF (Word) and XLS (Excel) query report generators, a table program generator, and both Word and Excel file creation. It is now PHP 5 ready and includes an AJAX edit-in-place feature.

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  •  22 Oct 2012 17:39

    Release Notes: This release includes updates, enhancements, and a bug fix theto Edit-in-place libraries (not an upgrade to the phpMyAccess 1.5.x line.)

    •  22 Oct 2012 17:37

      Release Notes: This release includes updates, enhancements, and a bugfix to the Edit-in-place libraries.

      •  21 Mar 2011 17:26

        Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite, and is not an upgrade to the phpMyAccess 1.5.x line. It includes the ability to edit the data in the resulting queries right in place.

        •  18 Mar 2011 20:37

          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the new Edit in place feature that would pop up an alert window whenever you saved a change.

          •  14 Jan 2011 19:05

            Release Notes: An edit in place feature has been added: click on a field, edit field, and click off to commit (see the README and manual for details; uses AJAX). It works with PHP 5 (starting with version 1.5.0).

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