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    Is there a developer environment like a VB or anything else that can I use to develop vertical market over Linux with MySql???
    I am a newbie and I am looking for an app or front end that use with MySql but this must be graphical. I have a company with a lot app develop for Win and Mac using 4D now they want to go Linux.
    Any idea or suggestion will be apreciated/.
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    hi
    u can try out glade... http://glade.pn.org/

    Glade is a free user interface builder for GTK+ and Gnome. It is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

    it is gui dev environment like vb...

    but i don't know how to connect to mysql thru it..
    it generates c/C++ code for gui based applications on linux

    so if u can configure c with MySQL it's possible
    ranjeet
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    MySQL has a full C API, so it should be completely possible to develop a C program for MySQL, and I think its not that complex, either.

    Also, for web-based applications, PHP has a full set of functions for connecting to MySQL. A good example is phpMyAdmin (www.phpwizard.net) which gives you a full web-based management kit for MySQL, similar to Enterprise Manager for MSSQL 7.

    Since PHP is open source, you can also browse the PHP source code to see how it handles the connections to MySQL.
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    Try kMySql or kMySqlAdmin .. Both works fine, but if you're running Apache with PHP, phpMyAdmin is a lot easier to use ..

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    geeee... thanks!

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    I'll 2nd the phpMyAdmin. I've been using it on a limited basis for a few weeks and it seems to do what I need it to do. I've also use the MySQLGUI for Windows from mysql.com and it works too.

    Robman

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