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    MySQL Curious [MS Access]

    Hello all,

    This has probably been asked several times before but is there a tool that gives us the advantages (more or less) of MS Access but applied to MySQL?

    Thanks,
    Luis

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    There is phpmyadmin - which gives you a nice little interface and way to manipulate data. But msaccess is more of a 'total' solution rather than 'just a database'.

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    You can also use Access as your front-end for MySQL with the proper ODBC drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vgarcia
    You can also use Access as your front-end for MySQL with the proper ODBC drivers.
    You can get more info on this here:
    http://www.mysql.com/products/myodbc....html#MSAccess

    Also, I am now using MySQLCC available from:
    http://www.mysql.com/products/mysqlcc/
    Luis

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    I think this is what I'm looking for as well. So we can use access as front end..


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