like you said... as long as the database provider accepts
connections from outside, you can administer it from anywhere.

if the provider doesn't accept incoming connections, no amount
of tools and software will work for you.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Skwar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of
> Subject: RE: [PHP] Alternative to phpMyAdmin
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> > if you install mysql on a windoze machine then you can administer ANY >
> mysql database going through the socket.
>
> Okay, for a development this may be fine, but I still fail to see how a
> tool that runs on your own computer (no matter if it's a Windows tool, or
> a Linux tool) can help you administer databases which are not on the same
> computer (unless the mysql database on the providers server can be
> contacted from any machine and not just from "localhost").
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