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WizMySQLAdmin

WizMySQLAdmin is a MySQL database manager like phpMyAdmin, but it's very easy to install and maintain. It's composed of only one file, and it supports multiple databases and table creation and manipulation.

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Recent releases

  •  18 May 2007 05:31

    Release Notes: This release fixes a little bug that occurs with some special builds of PHP.

    •  11 May 2007 13:58

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which occurred when the "order by" clause was specified in the query textbox. It adds a feature to change the sorting of data into ascending/descending order by clicking on the column header in browsing mode.

      •  18 Mar 2007 20:44

        Release Notes: This releases fixes a bug that occurred when database, table, or field names contained hypens. Other little flaws have been fixed.

        •  10 Jan 2007 18:02

          Release Notes: Some code has been improved to make the script work better with big tables.

          •  22 Aug 2004 15:23

            Release Notes: Some bugs with special characters in queries were fixed. There are also other minor bugfixes and improvements.

            Recent comments

            16 Apr 2004 01:49 wizzent

            Re: nice idea but ugly code


            > fonctionnalities ... Otherwise,

            > phpmyadmin do already what your

            > application do and more ... So just the

            Yes I know, but the main aim of my script is to be very simple to maintain on the server (only one file) for people that haven't a lot of web space. That's the biggest difference from phpmyadmin.

            Of course I can do that in OOP as well, and... I'll do!

            16 Apr 2004 01:40 hatemben

            Re: nice idea but ugly code
            Well, i'm sure that when you'll rewrite it in OOP, you'll have more possibilities to extend its fonctionnalities ... Otherwise, phpmyadmin do already what your application do and more ... So just the fact you make it OOP, will add a very "import feature" : it could be included easily in any other application.

            Good luck anyway

            Hatem

            >

            > % You could write it in OOP style, the

            > % code will be more usefull.

            >

            >

            > Hi, thanks for your advice.

            > Till now, I'm trying to develop a stable

            > and fully featured script to manage

            > MySQL databases. When I'll reach this

            > goal I'll clean the code, surely

            > rewriting the whole script in OOP.

            > A note for ugly code: well, some people

            > told me my code is clean and easly

            > readable, I think it is a matter of

            > tastes

            > Bye

            16 Apr 2004 01:29 wizzent

            Re: nice idea but ugly code


            > You could write it in OOP style, the

            > code will be more usefull.

            Hi, thanks for your advice.

            Till now, I'm trying to develop a stable and fully featured script to manage MySQL databases. When I'll reach this goal I'll clean the code, surely rewriting the whole script in OOP.

            A note for ugly code: well, some people told me my code is clean and easly readable, I think it is a matter of tastes

            Bye

            16 Apr 2004 01:13 hatemben

            nice idea but ugly code
            You could write it in OOP style, the code will be more usefull.

            Regards,

            Hatem

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