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  1. #1
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    PHPMYADMIN alternative?

    I have a client needing to edit data within her MySQL. Is there another way to do this without having to use PHPMYADMIN nor SSH shell?

    I have a couple ideas, but i know there's a simpler way.

    THANKS!
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    anyone?
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    yea command line.

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    Originally posted by zerphyte
    yea command line.
    without using telnet/ssh shell (as mentioned in my orginal post)

    need some ideas
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    It sounds like you're looking for another script just like phpMyAdmin, but why not just use phpMyAdmin itself? If there's major big problem with it I'd like to know too

    Btw, mods you might want to move this to the Tech & Sec forum.

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    I agree. Now you could use the dos version of mysql and connect via that, its not in the shell or telnet

    try one of those windows programs on mysql.com
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    well, the user would like to access her mySQL data (the raw data). She can access information that does NOT have a username/password assigned, but how does she access data WITH a username/password assigned? There HAS to be a way
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    Maybe run queries with php or some other language? I don't think I understand why phpmyadmin isn't a choice...
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  9. #9
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    no, suppose i DO use phpmyadmin... the user would like to access and edit RAW data. How would they go about doing this? They can access the data in phpmyadmin if it's not behind a username and password (in mysql), however, how do they access ****THAT**** information (the data behind the password).. it won't let her
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