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Old 03-25-2010, 06:35 PM   #1
justjosh
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Ajax based MySql admin tool?


Managing MySQL servers can be quite complicated without a proper tool.
I have used some commercial tools over the years, but I need something that is Web based, accessible from internet.

There are NOT many offerings out there, so I wonder if, beside one company that launched a product quite recently (Novaquantum), there is something else out there that can I can compare it with?

I guess when you find something that you like, you'll always to look for something better (PhpMyAdmin doesn't count!)
 
Old 04-05-2010, 03:52 AM   #2
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Though I have not heard about web based admin tool for MySQL other than PHPMyAdmin, there are other third party tools for the same, though not web based. I am using MySQL workbench from dev.mysql.com and it fits my usage. I am not a db admin so it is fine for me.
Other than that you can also look here:

http://www.mustap.com/databasezone_p...ee-mysql-tools
 
Old 04-06-2010, 07:57 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by justjosh View Post
Managing MySQL servers can be quite complicated without a proper tool.
I have used some commercial tools over the years, but I need something that is Web based, accessible from internet.

There are NOT many offerings out there, so I wonder if, beside one company that launched a product quite recently (Novaquantum), there is something else out there that can I can compare it with?

I guess when you find something that you like, you'll always to look for something better (PhpMyAdmin doesn't count!)
I am not familiar with the Novaquantum product you mention (ARMS?) - though it does look very good.

I prefer to use a locally installed application over an SSH tunnel - not web based, but it is available anywhere with a decent internet connection.

There is a lot more choice for traditional desktop apps - the only other web-apps I could find with google were VFront, DBACentral and MySQL Sidu. That said, my search didn't uncover Novaquantum, so there are likely to be other tools.

Last edited by nonamenobody; 04-06-2010 at 07:59 AM.
 
Old 02-21-2012, 06:09 PM   #4
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Sorry to top this old thread.
Making apps without coding PHP.
we made a web based mysql admin tool, see http://www.dbfacephp.com/mockup.
Any advice, please let me know.
 
  


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