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    MySQL Client's

    MySQL Turbo Manager 3.2 :
    I recommend you to look the MySQL Turbo Manager 3.2, which includes a magnificent Stored Procedures evaluator and the so necessary support to SSH Tunnel.
    http://www.mentattech.com/mysqlmanager

    DBDesigner4 SimpleWebFront :
    I am evaluating at the moment the code generator of DBDesigner 4 and this is very promising, I recommend you to revise it.
    http://www.fabforce.net/simplewebfront/

    Bokks

    I recommend to read these new books:

    MySQL Language Reference
    Author : Paul DuBois
    Publisher :MySQL Press

    MySQL Administrator's Guide
    Author : Paul DuBois
    Publisher : MySQL Press

    High Performance MySQL
    Author : Jeremy Zawodny
    Publisher : O'Reilly

    Regards,
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    Webyog releases FREE edition of SQLyog


    Hey ppl,

    Check out SQLyog 4.0. Its FREE now. I have been using this tool for some time and its way cool!!! Its available at www.webyog.com
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    MySQL SNMP Agent and Web Console - Monitor MySQL


    MySQL SNMP Agent and Web Console

    http://www.adventnet.com/products/mysql_agent/

    Provides out-of-the-box ability to monitor and manage the various components of MySQL database such as users, queries, performance, logs, etc. Provides Web console for remote monitoring and SNMP interface to integrate with HP OpenView, IBM Tivoli, etc.
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    Great reporting and chart creation tool. QLR Manager. It's a server based program written in PHP.

    www.qlrmanager.com
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    Cool MySQL Auto Backup & Export


    MySQL Auto Backup & Export is a Windows program to remotely or locally backups/exports your data automatically from MySQL databases to file or other database. File formats including SQL, PHP, CSV, XML, HTML, TXT. Databases including MySQL.

    MySQL Auto Backup & Export includes a task wizard, which allows you to Create a task, Edit a task, View the properties of task.

    Task type following:

    1. Backup/Export data to File: including SQL, PHP, CSV, XML, HTML, TXT
    2. Backup/Export data to Database: including MySQL
    3. Execute SQL Script: executes SQL script automatically

    Main functions and features

    All MySQL data types supported.

    Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 supported.

    Run remotely or locally with the MySQL databases.

    Backup/Export data from a MySQL database to file automatically.

    Backup/Export data from a MySQL database to another automatically.

    Execute SQL Script automatically.

    Backup/Export to 6 standard file formats: SQL, PHP, CSV, XML, HTML, TXT.

    Backup/Export from tables from different databases on one host.

    Task management perfect, including Create, Edit, Delete, View, Startup, Stop, Run immediately and run automatically.

    Records log for every task and be able to view.

    Save and Load the list of tasks.

    Login by username and password.

    Auto run on Windows startup.

    --------------------------------------------

    SwordSky Software
    http://www.swordsky.com/

    MySQL Auto Backup & Export
    http://www.swordsky.com/myautobak/MyAutoBackup.exe


    Backup/Restore/Export/Import/Sync data & Execute SQL from MySQL database automatically without Administrator.

    Don't worry about your data in MySQL anytime!
    They will not to be lost because I am running!
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    Angry DBDesigner4 going away... :(


    Not good, I use DBDesinger and I love it. I haven't seen any other products for mysql that are even near it.
    Does anyone know of something close?

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    Dear DBDesigner4 users,

    Due to several attacks against the DBDesigner4 forum it has now been closed down.
    We simply cannot understand the sick motivation of people to attack Open Source projects.
    So please understand that we will not provide any support from now on.

    We will continue to host the DBD4 download till the release of the MySQL Workbench,
    its successor application that will be an official MySQL product. Then this project will rest in peace.

    Best regards,
    fabFORCE.net team
    =================
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    Originally Posted by natter
    Not good, I use DBDesinger and I love it. I haven't seen any other products for mysql that are even near it.
    Does anyone know of something close?
    DBDesigner isn't going anywhere. Their webforums were being attacked, so they decided to shutdown the webforums, since they didn't want to bother fixing or preventing the attacks. The people that created DBDesigner were hired by MySQL AB (they are the ones that created MySQL Administrator, MySQL Query Browser, and MySQL Migration Toolkit) They are now creating a new tool called MySQL Workbench which is a successor to DBDesigner. So it will be an officially branded "MySQL" product now.
    Harrison C. Fisk, Senior Support Engineer
    MySQL AB, www.mysql.com
    Author: MySQL Clustering
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    Thumbs up


    This is great news. Thanks so much for the update.
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    Tip: Library of Database Models


    Handy website.

    http://www.databaseanswers.org/data_models/index.htm

    You'll find example models for a lot of purposes.

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    Hi,

    Great MySQL Server 5.0 tutorial.

    chapters :

    Emulating When Conditions
    Calling MySQL Stored Procedures From PHP
    Metadata
    MySQL 5.0 New Features : Stored Procedures
    Trigger Limitations
    Trigger Types


    http://mysql.gilfster.com

    Enjoy !!!

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    Thumbs up New Resources


    MySQL Client's

    MySQL Turbo Manager 3.3
    Support views and stored procedures.
    http://www.mentattech.com/mysqlmanager


    MySQL Server

    MySQL Database 5.0.4
    Support Stored Procedures , Views and triggers.
    http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html

    Tutorial

    MySQL 5 new features
    http://mysql.gilfster.com
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    Thumbs up RE: MySQL WorkBench


    Originally Posted by HarrisonF
    DBDesigner isn't going anywhere. Their webforums were being attacked, so they decided to shutdown the webforums, since they didn't want to bother fixing or preventing the attacks. The people that created DBDesigner were hired by MySQL AB (they are the ones that created MySQL Administrator, MySQL Query Browser, and MySQL Migration Toolkit) They are now creating a new tool called MySQL Workbench which is a successor to DBDesigner. So it will be an officially branded "MySQL" product now.
    Harrison,
    Any idea when Workbench will be GA??? And, will it be GPL, or commercial?
    Jim Kotan
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    Good article on SQL Injection here: http://www.unixwiz.net/techtips/sql-injection.html.

    ---John Holmes...

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    New GUI's

    MySQL Turbo Manager 3.4
    http://www.mentattech.com/themes/mentat/mysqlmanager/index.html

    MySQL Database

    MySQL Database 5.0.12
    support Stored Procedures, Views and Triggers
    http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html

    Tutorial

    MySQL 5 Triggers
    http://mysql.gilfster.com/page.php?parent_id=2&page_id=2.0.1
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    Hello,

    Check this articles for MySQL Stored procedures.

    MySQL Stored Procedures: Part 1
    http://www.databasejournal.com/feat...cle.php/3525581

    MySQL Stored Procedures: Part 2
    http://www.databasejournal.com/feat...cle.php/3547931

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