This project is not completely dead. I've just started work on localisation.
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As the Admins and Moderators have known for a little while now, I've been working on a shiny new front-end interface for TextDB, allowing for easier maintenance and experimentation with the TextDB Database engine. I've dubbed this "TextDB Commander". The whole application sits inside a single 1500 line PHP file meaning there's no large footprint taking up space in your codespace while you fiddle around, and it has almost all the functions found in the older (and hard to find) TextDB Admin.
I consider this software to be in Late Alpha/Early Beta stages at the moment, simply because it has not been put fully through its paces yet. I would appreciate any and all feedback in order for me to improve this application. Have fun!
- Create and delete databases
- Create, Delete and modify tables
- Insert/Edit/Delete data from tables
- Export data to text files (tab or comma delimited)
- View data existing in tables
Features planned for later versions:
- More standardised interface
- Pretty buttons
- Import from text file capability
- Table sorting
1) Download the zip file
2) Edit the password on Line 70 of tdbc.php (to prevent your database being messed with )
3) If you are putting this in the root of a MyUPB installation, change the TextDB Path to "includes/class/" as appropriate (OPTIONAL)
4) Upload to your webspace
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Last edited by: Jono345 on Jul 19, 2009 4:36:05 am
Works well. . The only issue I saw was on line 526, if there was no rows in the database, then your foreach is empty but the TDBC is expecting values.
Just food for thought, what about making it look like phpMyAdmin?
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