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Author Topic: EMS mysql manager.. looks pretty good...  (Read 2498 times)

urlwolf

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EMS mysql manager.. looks pretty good...
« on: February 16, 2007, 10:11:23 PM »
http://www.sqlmanage...oducts/mysql/manager

The lite version has plenty of useful stuff...
Has anyone tried this SQL manager? How many people here spend time mangling data from databases :) ?

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Re: EMS mysql manager.. looks pretty good...
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2007, 10:35:28 PM »
I use SQL Manager for managing SQL server and love it.  I do go back and use the MS Tools just so I know how in case I'm not in front of my system and need to admin a database from a client's system.

For MySQL, I prefer the tools offered by MySQL and phpMyAdmin.

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Re: EMS mysql manager.. looks pretty good...
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2007, 12:43:49 AM »
I've been playing around with Aqua Data Studio (http://www.aquafold.com).  It's Java based and handles the major databases.  They just updated to version 6 but made the prior versions free for personal and academic uses.

I'm using the previous major 4.7 version to do SQL (by hand and thru its Visual Query Builder) to figure out the mySQL database for an electronic medical record system.

In the past I've used TOAD tools (http://www.toadsoft.com) for Oracle databases.  But now I see they have different modules for the other major database systems.