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From:Marcus Bointon Date:July 10 2009 4:35pm
Subject:Re: MySQL Windows version
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On 10 Jul 2009, at 17:18, mos wrote:

>> Is there a Windows application that works like
>> phpMyAdmin? I tried MySQLAdmin on my Linux system, but I could not  
>> cut and
>> paste SQL Commands into the editor.

You could run php (and thus phpmyadmin) on windows - in contrast with  
earlier versions, 5.3 is actually pretty good.

> Try SQLYog since it is my favorite. Download the free community  
> edition at

The problem I've had with every GUI MySQL client I've tried is that  
they attempt to download whole tables on a regular basis. If you have  
large tables that makes them completely unusable. FileMaker Pro does  
the same thing too. phpMyAdmin is the only one I've found that's  
reliable and immune to that particular problem. There are probably X  
apps you could run remotely that could solve the same problem, though  
not for Windows.

Marcus Bointon
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