tdbSQL dude is a Web frontend to access the tdbSQL server. It allows you to administrate databases, add and edit tables, columns, records, etc., or use other important functions. It is modelled on the famous phpMyAdmin for MySQL databases.
Release Notes: A query generator is added that allows you to create SQL queries with complexe join constructions without a deeper SQL knowledge. The SQL parser now understands the queries much better so ORDER BY and LIMIT can be inserted dynamically. There has been a code cleanup and some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Some more features were added, such as a dynamically generated menu, CSV import and export, and syntax highlighting for the queries. A consequent request method at drop or delete options is also included. Some more SQL queries are now possible, like optimize table or add index.
Release Notes: Support for password protection has been added. Auto-increment field options have been included. Using "order by" is now possible, and "drop" and "clear table" have been integrated. Table comments have been included. Some bugs have been fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.