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#1: Database administration framework

Posted on 2007-06-26 14:26:34 by Andy

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Hi,

I just need a framework for administrating tables in a database. These are
simple add/edit/remove operations from tables.

Can you suggest a framework for this kind of job? Cause there are a lot of
tables and I hope I can find a nice tool to work with.

Thank you.

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#2: Re: Database administration framework

Posted on 2007-06-26 14:28:40 by Chris Boget

> I just need a framework for administrating tables in a database. These are
> simple add/edit/remove operations from tables.
> Can you suggest a framework for this kind of job? Cause there are a lot of
> tables and I hope I can find a nice tool to work with.

What database are you working with? phpMyAdmin is probably the most
ubiquitous when working with MySQL databases.

thnx,
Chris

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#3: RE: Database administration framework

Posted on 2007-06-26 14:35:40 by Edward Kay

> Hi,
>
> I just need a framework for administrating tables in a database. These are
> simple add/edit/remove operations from tables.
>
> Can you suggest a framework for this kind of job? Cause there are a lot of
> tables and I hope I can find a nice tool to work with.
>

Look at Qcodo (http://www.qcodo.com).

Edward

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#4: RE: Database administration framework

Posted on 2007-06-26 14:45:31 by Andy

The DB ist mysql.

No, you didn't understand me clearly.

I need a framework, toolkit, class call it how you want, with wich I develop
an application that administrates the data's in the database. Something like
Smarty but more specific for what I need.

The ideea is the following:
I have 20 tables that have data's in them. And these table data's must be
edited with this admin tool. There are very few joins but there are
references between the tables.

Regards,
Andy.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Boget [mailto:chris.boget@wild.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 3:29 PM
> To: Andy; php-general@lists.php.net
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Database administration framework
>
> > I just need a framework for administrating tables in a
> database. These
> > are simple add/edit/remove operations from tables.
> > Can you suggest a framework for this kind of job? Cause there are a
> > lot of tables and I hope I can find a nice tool to work with.
>
> What database are you working with? phpMyAdmin is probably
> the most ubiquitous when working with MySQL databases.
>
> thnx,
> Chris
>
>
>

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#5: Re: Database administration framework

Posted on 2007-06-26 14:57:35 by Richard Heyes

> The DB ist mysql.
>
> No, you didn't understand me clearly.
>
> I need a framework, toolkit, class call it how you want, with wich I develop
> an application that administrates the data's in the database. Something like
> Smarty but more specific for what I need.
>
> The ideea is the following:
> I have 20 tables that have data's in them. And these table data's must be
> edited with this admin tool. There are very few joins but there are
> references between the tables.

You could try MySQL TableEditor:

http://www.phpguru.org/static/TableEditor.html

It's a (big) one file class which is good for editing the tables, though
it's not phpMyAdmin; you can't "administer" the database.

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#6: Re: Database Administration

Posted on 2010-09-30 17:57:39 by Tom Barrett

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Thanks for the replies, they have been most enlightening. :)

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