Markus Schaber wrote:
> Hi, Andreas,
> Andreas Pflug wrote:
>>>> Interestingly, pgaccess still seems to be the number one gui.... though
>>>> it's unmaintained since Feb2004 now.
>>> Yes, maybe that's a hint for pepole searching for tasks...
>>> I'd like to link to alternatives on the web site, can you recommend some?
>> http://www.postgresql.org/download/ names some, which are said to be
>> maintained a little better ;-)
> I see table designers, and administration interfaces, but no access-like
> "create form-based application by klicking" application - or did I miss
Hm to me pgaccess is only an unmaintained admin program, its design
features seem too limited to me. Naming it "access-like" appears quite
ambitious. Did you ever write an app with it, or do you know anybody who
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