You make a good point about available admin and other facilities etc.
I am interested in some of the forum functionalities that seem to be "off the
shelf" with Mysql but I have not done my homework yet with PostgreSQL. There
must me some good reasons why PostgreSQL beat out
Mysql for product of the year or best database or most popular among
NIX/NUX users or something recently.
I am just trying to clearly differientiate the significant differences
and decide which are important relative to specific projects.
I think if I have to do some fancy complex search/ retrieval from heavily
indexed multiple related tables the union and subselect capability of PostgreSQL
might help alot.
If I have to develop my own PHP admin - that will hurt. There must
be some available routines floating around for PostGreSQL I just have to find
> Is there a cool PHPMyAdmin style utility, or failing that a Gnome/X app
> that has similar abilities (creating tables, etc etc) for PostgreSQL?
> I'm working on a couple of pet projects in my spare time (hah!), one
> which I think mysql is perfect for, but another that I think
> transactions etc are going to be important as I add features.
> So far I've done all the work with mysql, largely because it's so easy
> with phpMyAdmin, but I think I'd be better off switching before I get
> too invested and have to go through all the code and convert it all.
> I'm happy to learn all the ins and outs of PostgreSQL in the long run,
> but in the short term I just want to get things moving.
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