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Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  9597
Submitted:  Feb 3 2004
Updated:  Jul 8 2005


Kmysqladmin is a graphical frontend for administration of mysql servers.
With a buildin script editor with syntax-highlighting you can process more complex script. A script generator is in work.

It can:
- Displaying and edit the contents of
tables within a separate view.
- export results of a query into
another format (ASCII, Latex, HTML)
- Edit user rights
- Creating databases and tables
- watching status and threads
- alter tables and keys
- execute sql scripts
- generate sql scripts from search results


- massive layout work
- fix for build with mysql 4.1

- fixed build problems with various distributions and compilers. Thanks for your reports.
- fixed a real ugly bug: I did not handle binary data in a result set the
right way all the time.
- blob data (eg images and so on) can be inserted via kmysqladmin now
- if blobs are saved to other fileformats them will be marked as that or if them contains images the images will be saved (as jpeg) when saving html files
- textfields can be filled from external textfiles now
- result set can stored as sql-script for insertion

- connection profiles implemented
- passwords will stored in kdewallet not in rc-files
- hungarian translation (from aroly Barcza - many tnx)
- grant setup knows most about mysql 4.0 grants

- user can give an operator when inserting/modifying/searching data
- layout fix for search/data edit dialog

(Source as tar.gz)
(FC4 i386 rpm (kde3.4, qt 3.3, mysql4.1)
(Generic source rpm)
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 by tux86 on: Jul 9 2005
Score 50%

i think mysqlcc -- published by mysql.com -- is a better choice...

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 Re: mysqlcc

 by alwin on: Jul 9 2005
Score 50%

do them have such a user-grant-wizard meanwhile?
capability to display images stored in database inline?
export search result into 4 external formats? And some stuff more I ever missed in mysqlcc

Well, may you like mysqlcc more than my software. Thats your choice. But that does not mean, that it is the BETTER choice. It is another - good - choice. And would great when you post such statetements not without a reason on the programs page. I'm realy interested in to know what is missing or wrong.


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 Re: Re: mysqlcc

 by sodamnmad on: Feb 4 2006
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another reason for mysqlcc is that it was replaced by mysql query browser which is a pain in the butt to compile. I spent a few hours find old gnome packages and still fail because of dumb version issues. kmysqladmin compiled with only a minor glitch.

--btw, seems like the configure script doesn't check for ssl and it eventually gives an error while compiling.

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 i liked but...

 by fabiomb on: Jul 19 2005
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i need a .deb for this :D

i am using 0.7.1 but i dislike the "conecpt" of windows and more windows, i prefer a workarea like MySQLFront (win32 app) this app has the power, but need direction

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 Re: i liked but...

 by alwin on: Jul 19 2005
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well, in 0.7.2 I have just one window :) Or the user may switched which kind he likes more.

deb: sorry. I don't have a running debian - not on extra computer or vmware :( I hoped that another one will make one, but....

I'll take a look around.

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 SlackWare TGZPackage

 by gohanz on: Nov 27 2005
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A SlackWare 10.2 TGZ Package with SlackBuild script is ready to download!!



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 by timcharper on: Mar 25 2006
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This is an awesome program! Thank you so much for all of your hard work and dedication to make such a needed gui tool for kde!

thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou!


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 Can't find it

 by jonnymccullagh on: May 31 2006
Score 50%

I am using Kubuntu Breezy and tried the source rpm with:
rpm -ivh kmysql....
It seemed to go OK doing the 100% thing but I cannot seem to find the program in my menu and typing kmysqladmin at the command line doesn't work either.
Can someone point me in the right direction?

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 Re: mysqlcc

 by medworthy on: Jun 19 2006
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What is wrong with phpMyAdmin?

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