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From:Craig Huffstetler Date:March 23 2008 2:25pm
Subject:Re: MSQL Installed and running in background
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Andrew,

Read my previous e-mail in the PREVIOUS thread you created (this is now on
thread #3). The excerpt that I wrote that pertains to what you just asked:

"I recommend WebYOG as a Windows GUI interface. Go to
http://www.webyog.comto download some of the tools and just read
before you download them. I
believe Lite is the free version. Get the tools that you believe you will
use and that apply to your situation and give them a try. I use them daily
and find them very helpful in multiple scenarios.

MySQL also provides some tools:
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/gui-tools/5.0.html
Check out that page for further information and download links."

I really do not understand what the issue is. This is plenty of information.
MySQL's tool will allow you to do such as will MyYOG. You can also install
phpMyAdmin (do a Google.com search) if you require some more extensive GUI
browser interfacing with your database tables. Just read into it.

Craig Huffstetler
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On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 12:05 AM, AndrewMcHorney <andrewmchorney@stripped>
wrote:

> Hello
>
> I have successfully install mysql and is is running in the background
> as a service ( I believe) as in msconfig lists it in the services. Is
> there something I should see in the task bar down at the bottom. Now
> what should I do next? Do i need a gui to log in and created
> databases? If so, what should I download. I am also for a tool that
> will allow one to do table row editing, inserts and deletes with
> doing manual sql statements. Are there any recommendations?
>
> Andrew
>
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MSQL Installed and running in backgroundAndrewMcHorney23 Mar
  • Re: MSQL Installed and running in backgroundCraig Huffstetler23 Mar
    • Re: MSQL Installed and running in backgroundPeter Brawley23 Mar