Home arrow PHP arrow Doing More with phpMyAdmin (Part 2)

Doing More with phpMyAdmin (Part 2)

phpIn the first segment of this two-part tutorial, I gave you a quick overview of some of the interesting new features available in phpMyAdmin. In this concluding segment, find out how to use phpMyAdmin to define relationships between tables, maintain a log of commonly-used queries and create entity-relationship diagrams.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Doing More with phpMyAdmin (Part 2)
  2. The Ground Work
  3. Total Recall
  4. Tangled Relationships
  5. Bookmark Bandit
  6. Looking Up the Dictionary
  7. History Lesson
By: Harish Kamath, (c) Melonfire
Rating: starstarstarstarstar / 41
December 08, 2003

print this article
SEARCH DEV SHED

TOOLS YOU CAN USE

advertisement
In the first segment of this two-part tutorial, I gave you a quick overview of some of the interesting new features available in phpMyAdmin. Starting with the basics of the installation process and proceeding to the intricacies of securing your instance of phpMyAdmin from prying eyes, changing the application's appearance and using its built-in reporting features to obtain information on who is using your MySQL RDBMS for what, I hope you're slowly realizing the utility of this wonderful open-source tool. In fact, I'm going to stick my head out and state that in my humble opinion, phpMyAdmin is to a MySQL developer what TOAD is to an Oracle developer.

You might disagree with this - after all, TOAD allows developers to model a database schema, perform step-by-step SQL debugging and a whole lot more. In fact, that's the reason I came back for part two - to convince skeptics such as yourself that phpMyAdmin is indeed a worthy competitor, having added many useful features over the years.

Keep reading to find out more.

 
 
>>> More PHP Articles          >>> More By Harish Kamath, (c) Melonfire
 

blog comments powered by Disqus
escort Bursa Bursa escort Antalya eskort
   

PHP ARTICLES

- Hackers Compromise PHP Sites to Launch Attac...
- Red Hat, Zend Form OpenShift PaaS Alliance
- PHP IDE News
- BCD, Zend Extend PHP Partnership
- PHP FAQ Highlight
- PHP Creator Didn't Set Out to Create a Langu...
- PHP Trends Revealed in Zend Study
- PHP: Best Methods for Running Scheduled Jobs
- PHP Array Functions: array_change_key_case
- PHP array_combine Function
- PHP array_chunk Function
- PHP Closures as View Helpers: Lazy-Loading F...
- Using PHP Closures as View Helpers
- PHP File and Operating System Program Execut...
- PHP: Effects of Wrapping Code in Class Const...

Developer Shed Affiliates

 


Dev Shed Tutorial Topics: