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WebMySQL

WebMySQL is a Web interface to a MySQL database server. It supports the following SQL queries: SELECT, DESCRIBE, JOIN, SHOW, DROP, CREATE, and USE, and advanced query options such as LIMIT, DISTINCT, and GROUP. Empty databases and tables and mysqldump file imports and exports are supported. It has a fully customisable look and feel, and outputs either HTML results or a downloadable CSV file.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Feb 2008 06:38

    Release Notes: Explain output is now shown on queries. There is more use of CSS in templates. An insert bug was fixed. Table status can now be viewed with a description.

    •  14 Jan 2004 13:40

      Release Notes: This version can now export in the mysqldump format. The mysqldump file import has been improved.

      •  29 Nov 2003 21:49

        Release Notes: The database listing didn't work correctly in case the "SHOW DATABASES" command had been disabled for user. This has been fixed.

        •  17 Nov 2003 03:09

          Release Notes: A few bugfixes. Table emptying is now supported. Templates have been altered.

          •  01 Oct 2003 06:18

            Release Notes: This version fixes an IE login bug, and a mysqldump import using MS Windows bug. Database wiping is now supported, and the login method was updated.

            Recent comments

            03 May 2003 18:46 markthomas

            Screenshot?
            It would be nice if there was a screenshot available.

            27 Feb 2002 17:50 DTCreations2

            Re: Ouch
            The latest version (1.6) does not have the perl DBD location dependancy like the earlier versions

            02 Jan 2002 16:36 DTCreations2

            Re: Ouch
            This software is freeware, so the source is not available (yet).
            Currently this program looks for the directory you mentioned below, but this can just be a sym-link to your actual installation of the perl DBD files as mentioned in the "readme" file. This will be fixed in later versions, as this project is still in development.

            I hope you have more luck with using the other web based mysql clients around, and dont give up too easily.


            > One of the requirements is that you have
            > DBD installed at
            > /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.0/i586-linux/DBD
            > . This made me give up. I never tested
            > this.
            >
            > The author needs to have config
            > files.
            >
            > Also, there doesn't seem to be any
            > source.


            02 Jan 2002 02:45 sludge

            Ouch
            One of the requirements is that you have DBD installed at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.0/i586-linux/DBD . This made me give up. I never tested this.

            The author needs to have config files.

            Also, there doesn't seem to be any source.

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