I think you're looking for phpMyAdmin and yes, it's very viable and PHP4




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From: "Erik Gilchrist" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 1:15 AM
Subject: [PHP] phpmysqladmin ? still viable?

> First off, I am a total newbie to php and DB stuff.  Pardon the intrusion
> your busy schedules.  Really.
> My host is having a hard time finding phpmysqladmin and he touted this as
> solution to my wanting to get into the DB arena as well as php.  Does
> know where to get it?   All of my evening has now been wasted googling
> looking for it and perhaps there is a better solution.
> And no, I really am out of my game here, but I figured it was a good place
> to ask.  The only caveat the host said was that it MUST be PHP4.x
> compatible.
> I sincerely apologize for the intrusion if it's not on topic enough.  I
> I need to go further in my exploration that the net has via tutorials and
> PHP manual, but if anyone has time I would sincerely appreciate it.  I
> been lurking for a week or two.  Good stuff to be found here.  Indeed.
> I could have all the assumptions above all wrong and some bad
> data/opinions...  sorry.  please explain.  If I am in the wrong place to
> ask, please tell me where the best place to look/ask is.  I don't want to
> waste anybodys time.  I surely would not want mine wasted.
> BTW-- I am on DIGEST, so a CC: would be appreciated dearly.
> TIA.
> Erik
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