SQLView provides a user friendly interface for browsing a SQL database and modifying SQL tables using a Web browser. This is strictly an application to give users access to view and modify their SQL tables. It is not a tool to help database administrators (other than perhaps getting users to manage their own data).
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Release Notes: Various bugfixes. The dependency on Pear::DB has been removed, since many sites do not install it. This means that only MySQL is supported until someone codes alternatives in the interface module.
Release Notes: Fixes a few bugs, makes improvements in export, and has changes in the code style to more easily work with PHP 5 and systems configured for tighter security.
Release Notes: This release can run with 'register globals=off'. Export now supports a WHERE clause, and other minor fixes were made. More significantly, this release generates XHTML 1.0 Transitional compliant HTML and uses stylesheets. This will require a careful review of your local_config.php. Be sure to compare it to the released model_config.php.
Release Notes: Support has been added for specifying your own exit code, so you can annotate the output of DESCRIBE with information from some other source. Support has been added for exporting data in a nice delimited format, so you can easily import SQL data into Excel, etc.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of problems associated with client cache problems. This should be a very stable release.