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    SitePoint Enthusiast graphical_force's Avatar
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    SQLiteManager vs phpMyAdmin

    Hi, I was just wondering what people preferred using SQLiteManager or phpMyAdmin for database management and why?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Never tried SQLiteManager but I use PHPMyAdmin a lot.
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    Yeah, I have used phpMyAdmin in the past but both are installed on Wampserver 2.0 so I wanted to see what others are using or what would be easier to use.

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    Aren't both of these made for different database engines ?

    I was under the impression that SQLite was an older engine quickly being replaced by MySQL in a lot of applications, like Teamspeak for instance.

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    Neither.

    MySQL Administrator is much better than both in terms of speed and functionality.

    Plus it's on the desktop and downloads straight from the MySQL database itself, so there's no hefty downloading.
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    SQLite is DBMS that doesn't run a standalone server process. It's not an "older" engine.

    I assume SQLiteManager is only for SQLite databases, while phpMyAdmin is only for MySQL databases. You would be comparing apples and oranges.


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