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    Originally Posted by jkotan
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    Any idea when Workbench will be GA??? And, will it be GPL, or commercial?
    Jim Kotan
    I just saw this, while checking out this thread. MySQL Workbench is out as an early alpha right now (ie. still has lots of changes coming). I don't know when it will go GA. If you are interested, I would recommend you that you check out http://forums.mysql.com/list.php?113 which is a forum dedicated to it. When it goes GA, I'm sure we will have an official press release and all that fun stuff, so you should hear about it.

    It will also be GPL, similar to all of the software we release.
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    Lightbulb


    Hi,

    New updates for MySQL 5.0 support

    GUI'S
    MySQL Turbo Manager
    http://www.mentattech.com/themes/mentat/dreamcoder/index.html

    SQLyog
    http://www.webyog.com/sqlyog/index.php

    BOOKS

    Pro MySQL from
    http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=433

    The Definitive Guide to MySQL 5
    http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=10011

    Tutorial

    Prepared statements and Dynamic SQL
    http://mysql.gilfster.com/page.php?parent_id=1.3&page_id=1.3.6


    Regards,
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    Thumbs up powerful product


    Try to use PostgreSQL Gui Admin Tool - Navicat (support Access to MySQL). It's very powerful and easy-to-use tool.

    http://pgsql.navicat.com


    You can download the trial version form

    http://www.navicat.com/download/pgnavicat2005trial.exe
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    For those pining after MySQLFront...


    It has returned under the name "HeidiSQL".

    Not sure this belongs in this forum, but since I was ecstatic to find it, I thought others might feel the same.

    URL: http://www.heidisql.com/
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    Hey...

    Here's some useful database admin tools for MySQL Server:
    MySQL Maestro and MySQL Data Wizard. You can find them on: sqlmaestro.com

    Both of them easy in use and have graphical user interface. Not bad solution for developer.
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    It's been mentioned before but DBDesigner is a great tool when you have to design databases for medium and big projects. It makes it so much more organized. Even though it doesn't supports mysql 5, it's still great for data modelling and the sql generated works in mysql 5 for as far as i know.

    I have just used it for my first big project and i will keep using it untill MySQL Workbench comes out (expected in the third quarter of 2007). I have tried the alpha realease and it looks very promising so definately keep an eye out for it.

    And the best part: their both FREE!

    DeZign for databases is a good alternative to DBDesigner, it has a nice clean interface and support for Mysql 5. But it's not free.
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    This is such a wonderfull topic i found few things that i were just looking for and few extra that i was not expecting to find that will be very usefull to me right now.

    Thanks all that wrote it up,
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    Useful Link to learn MySQL in shape of real questions and answers


    mysqlfaqs.net
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    MySQL Tutorial


    for those who want to learn MySQL from scratch:
    MySQL Tutorial
    learn stored procedures in MySQL
    MySQL Stored Procedures Tutorial
    practical MySQL tips can be found here
    MySQL Tips
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    Originally Posted by expert-database
    As a first week SQL user, I looked through these. The first one (from the quote) gives a 404 error.

    This may be where it moved to, it's become my go to site.
    http://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp
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    Originally Posted by DimmestLemming
    This may be where it moved to, it's become my go to site.
    http://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp
    actually, no, the hoffman tutorial was completely different

    the w3schools site is okay, but it's fairly rudimentary
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    http://w3fools.com/


    Turns out W3schools has nothing to do with the real W3 and is in fact full of errors.
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    Hey guys,

    I just started learning MySQL from tutorials around web, but I also want to buy 1-2 books, maybe will help me learn easier and faster. Any recommendations?
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    Rudy's (r937) book is quite good - see his signature in post a couple above this.
    The moon on the one hand, the dawn on the other:
    The moon is my sister, the dawn is my brother.
    The moon on my left and the dawn on my right.
    My brother, good morning: my sister, good night.
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