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    Any good admin for pgsql beside phpPgAdmin?


    I need something that can do admin for pgsql on web-interface, because phpPgAdmin has very annony bugs such as can't put ";" and others when I can do that in the command line for pgsql. However, do anyone know the better admin for pgsql?

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    If you have a Windows desktop on your network, then you might want to go to http://pgadmin.postgresql.org/

    Or visit http://techdocs.postgresql.org/oresources.php for other resources, including admin tools for Unix.
    The real n-tier system:

    FreeBSD -> PostgreSQL -> [any_language] -> Apache -> Mozilla/XUL

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    This isn't what I am looking for, but thanks thought.. I am looking for web-based interface.. I didn't know that phpPgAdmin v2.4.2 has been released two days ago, so I gotta to try it again to see if they have fixed few annony bugs..
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    Oops, yes, I missed that part of your post. For web-based interfaces, I think phpPgAdmin is the only serious game in town. There are plans to produce a much-revamped version after PostgreSQL 7.3 comes out (7.3 will have several important changes) as well as with the more modern PHP functions.

    You might find some Java-based tools in www.Freshmeat.net that will do what you need, but I have never tested them.
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