Emma is a graphical toolkit for MySQL database developers and administrators. It provides dialogs to create or modify MySQL databases, tables, and associated indexes. The results of an executed query are displayed in a resultset where the record data can be edited by the user, if the SQL statemant allows for it. The SQL editor and resultset view are grouped in tabs. Results can be exported to CSV files. Multiple simultaneous opened MySQL connections are possible. Emma is the successor of yamysqlfront.
Its main features are:
* Dialogs to create/modify MySQL databases, tables and associated indexes
* Result sets grouped in tabs
* SQL editor:
+ Built-in syntax highlighting
+ Table and field name tab-completion
+ Automatic SQL statement formatting
* Export to CSV files
* Multiple simultaneously opened MySQL connections
There is also mysql-workbench.
How can you recommend the installation of outdated software which has not been updated since 2006? There are more comfortable and powerful tools for managing SQL servers like MySql-WorkBench etc. which haven’t been given up by their developers.
In a RSS feed like yours I rather expect info about brand new stuff which is not yet widely known and which has visible advantages over commonly used tools.
probably because mysql-workbench stinks, and even this outdated piece is much better
Well said mate,
I’d rather use an old piece of stable and easy-to-use software than new shinny piece of ware but full of bugs (mysqlworkbench is really buggy)
@Well Said : Well said!
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