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Monday June 30, 2003
12:15 PM


[ #13156 ]
phpMyAdmin is a very nice MySQL administration tool. I use it for users and grants, rather than creating actual databases, but it has almost every feature you could desire from a MySQL administration system. It's consistently one of the top-downloaded projects on SourceForge, so I guess I'm not alone in my appreciation of it.

If you're a MySQL hacker, I strongly recommend it. It's one of the reasons I always build Apache with both mod_perl and mod_php. (Roll on Perl->Parrot and PHP->Parrot!)


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  • I use MySQLCC [], and it's been OK. I'm just curious how it compares to phpMyAdmin. I didn't try to install it because I don't have mod_php, and I'm wondering if it's worth the effort.

    • I concur with MySQLCC.

      I was a died-in-the-wool commandline freak until my fiancee needed a database for her IBook at school (long story). I knew there was a MySQL port but she also needed something Access-like (don't start with me). I tried the control center and loved it.

      Didn't find much gui-wise for her (there was MySQLcocoa, IIRC). I couldn't believe how much better MySQLCC was than MySQLgui.

      In any case, I doubt I'll load the phpAdmin thingy, I'll either be in the commandline or at the Control Center.