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    Question Editor for mysql?

    I'm new on mysql - on win.

    Is there any editor you could use, that has better capabilities than the old c:\mysql> ??

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    I am using mysqlfront but its development stoppped. Still good to use on windows

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    You can try MyCC from the developers of mysql... it's a nice GUI (and free).

    Owen

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    you could use phpMyAdmin if you have access to php..

    i believe the url is : http://phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net
    Compwizard
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    If you can find it, I recommened MySQL-FRONT as well. If not try MYCC. PHPMYADMIN should be your very last choice for a local interface since it is HTML based and you have to access it in a web browser. This is very very slow and tedious even if on the local host.
    Wayne Luke
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    Exclamation Thanks!!

    It's good to get help - fast. I'll try these.

    /0t20\

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    MyCC

    I tried MyCC - excellent to be able to work that easy with tables...
    ...but I had some problems when trying to change column types. Got a misspell in the code. Had to do it by hand.

    But I'll try it more.
    /0t20\


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