Projects / myPhile


myPhile is a Web application that serves as a customizable generic front-end to any MySQL table. It provides "view" control and user access privileges for editing, deleting, adding records, and more. Field control allows default strings or MySQL calculations on adds or edits. All functions are provided in a single PHP file. Simple and complex searches are possible and the most recent searches are stored. It supports the creation of CSV files. Row views and detail views are configurable through a simple Web interface.


Recent releases

  •  18 Jan 2010 15:32

    Release Notes: This release fixes login with the myuser variable when a password is required. It fixes adding or updating the add_edit variable in an fcontrol record. It repairs using an fcontrol calc string to update or add records. Plain text passwords are immediately converted to encrypted strings in the database when they are validated.

    •  06 Jan 2010 18:39

      Release Notes: The authentication routine has been completely rewritten, which fixed myuser variable login weaknesses. The authlist checkboxes and XML for viewnames have been fixed. A few other minor changes were also made.

      •  24 Dec 2009 12:58

        Release Notes: Previous complex search session variables were fixed. Guest rows showing on failed login were fixed.

        •  02 Dec 2009 11:08

          Release Notes: Guest user login is restored when no session or logname is supplied.

          •  18 Nov 2009 11:00

            Release Notes: A security hole with passwords was fixed. Some more deprecated code was cleaned up.


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