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From:Brandon Shuey Date:June 28 1999 4:24pm
Subject:RE: visual db design tool
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What is KDE?  Can someone give me a screenshot of what kmysqladmin looks like?  What
platform does it run under?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick Lanphier [mailto:planphier@stripped]
> Sent: Monday, June 28, 1999 8:27 AM
> To: graemed@stripped
> Cc: Otis Gospodnetic; mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: visual db design tool
> 
> 
> Could I use kmysqladmin and xmysqladmin for my Oracle database on
> Linux?  If not is anyone aware of a GUI DB design tool that will run on
> Linux.
> 
> Patrick Lanphier
> Advanced Information Technologies
> The Pennsylvania State University
> 
> graemed@stripped wrote:
> > 
> > I like kmysqladmin for KDE but it doesn't alter tables, so I also
> > use xmysqladmin -- both for X.
> > 
> > -graeme
> > 
> > Otis Gospodnetic said:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Let me first state something that will save us all some time and typing :)
> > > I know about the command line, vi, emacs, perl, DBI, et cetera and that
> most
> > > people here use that and not pretty point & click stuff.
> > >
> > > I have to set up MySQL and a way to develop/design databases via some kind
> > > of a GUI front end (web browser).
> > >
> > > So:
> > > Q#1: What do people recommend for designing MySQL DBs via the browser?
> > > I found MyAdmin and will install it in a few moments, but I'm wondering if
> > > anyone uses something else and thinks it is better than MyAdmin? (I
> checked
> > > the list archive at www.geocrawler.com and could not find much
> information)
> > >
> > > Q#2: Are there any tools that would allow a person to design
> > > tables/columns/everything visually? (again, I know about that most people
> > > here are fine with the cmd line tools, but this is for an experienced
> Oracle
> > > DBA person and I'd just like to make it as easy for this person to design
> > > some databases as possible)
> > >
> > > Thank you,
> > >
> > > Otis Gospodnetic
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visual db design toolOtis Gospodnetic28 Jun
  • Re: visual db design toolPeter F. Brown28 Jun
  • Re: visual db design toolgraemed28 Jun
    • Re: visual db design toolPatrick Lanphier28 Jun
      • RE: visual db design tool(Brandon Shuey)28 Jun
        • Re: visual db design toolGraeme B. Davis28 Jun
        • Re: visual db design toolDaevid Vincent28 Jun