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Looking for PHP based query tool for MySQL

Posted on 2004-10-28
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I am looking for something I can use to provide simple query capabilities to end users.  Something to build some complex SELECTs on the fly in a web browser, and get the data back in a table and perhaps even a CSV download.  I know I've seen stuff like this, but all the Googling in the World is getting me nowhere.
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phpmysqladmin?
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phpmyadmin is a back-end tool, I need something I can roll into an existing application so dumb users can do some simple SELECTs and what not
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Then you might want to try the hotscripts database.

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tried sourceforge and hotscripts no luck...
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IS MySQL's "query browser" too much "IT" rather tan "user"?
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/query-browser/index.html

A comment building on Roonan's suggestion:
- there is a query tool in phpmyadmin
- if this query tools does macth your requirements, then you might just use the code functions corresponding to this and drop most of the other php code.
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Going to use the phpmyadmin code as a starting point.  Thanks.
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Hmmm...A second thought now that you are on the PHP route:
of course you had considered also the idea of an Acces or Excel frontend connected to the MySQL server thru ODBC??
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