I've been using Webadmin. Which until now has been great.
I'm no SQL chap, so creating and removing Databases is easy with Webadmin.
But can someone tell me how to remove data from a database with out dropping
the whole table.
I've got this website where people can enter someone and vote using a php
page which i bastardised.
Basically somebody has submitted the same name twice.
If i was a code head I'd write something to validate it but unfortunately
I'm really crap when it comes to coding. and I've no SQL books to help me
So RTFM will happen soon, when i get a book. Any recommendations for
Your help will really really be appreciated.
From: John P. Looney (Kate) [mailto:jplooney-ilug at online.ie]
Sent: 29 May 2000 11:03
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] GUI client for MySQL
On Sun, May 28, 2000 at 08:03:45PM +0100, Niall O Broin mentioned:
> I know we've a few MySQL users here, so I wonder if any of you have tried
> any X-based GUI clients for MySQL ? I've just downloaded version 1.7.1 of
> MySQLGUI from TCX in both static and semi-static binary form and although
> they both work, I can't see how (or perhaps I'm missing something) to edit
> records, which is what I need now. I've lived without this for a long
> never really necessary, but now I'm on an MP3 binge using grip and Digital
> Jukebox and I'd like to edit some of the crap that CDDB turns up. I've
> xmysql in the past, but right now I can't locate a source for it (yes, I
> tried Freshmeat and rpmfind - no joy).
I've only used MySQLadmin, a PHP3 based admin tool. Quite nice.
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