MYSQL Data Entry Form
mtr3 at buffalo.edu
Mon Jul 25 15:16:05 EDT 2005
Justin Bennett wrote:
> Thanks, I hope it doesn't come to that, not a big odbc fan.. Seems flaky
> every time i've used it.
> But thanks for the tip.
Just to ease your mind:
We've been using the MySQL odbc connector for about 2 1/2 years with no
> On 7/25/2005 2:54 PM, Mike Richardson wrote:
>> Justin Bennett wrote:
>>> I'm looking to deploy a mysql database for web work via PHP (our
>>> stuff has been oracle so far).
>>> What I'm looking for is an easy way a windows user could update,
>>> delete, insert, data into the database. I'm not looking to make the
>>> user upload a csv or anything like that to update records.
>>> A nice GUI data entry form would be nice. I could always write one in
>>> PHP but was hoping for something canned, maybe with a wizard so I
>>> could create more forms in the future. It doesn't need to be web
>>> based, it can run on w32, and it doesn't have to be free.
>> Although it's not necessarially being developed (or even supported)
>> anymore, MySQL Control Center has always been a good data manipulation
>> tool. It may be a little confusing for the general user, though.
>> Otherwise, if your clients have MS Access installed, you can install
>> the MySQL ODBC connector on Windows. In Access, you can link tables
>> up to the MySQL db and let them edit data there.
>> Both of these pieces of software are available of MySQL's Developer
>> site. http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/
>> *shutters* I just promoted an MS product for getting things done...
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