When I was looking for such a tool I found kpogre, it has a
tree view for browsing through youre server, and 10 SQL tabs
for editing. A nice thing is thta youre commands, lets say to drop a function,
will be shown in a SQl window before execution.
On Thursday 24 November 2005 02:34, Sebastian Scarano wrote:
> Hey, count me on with that question too.
> Basicaly what I'm looking for is a produt eith the same functionality
> as M$ Enterprise manager.
> So far now, what I've found that comes close to what I'm looking for
> is Aqua Data Studio 4.5 (http://www.aquafold.com/index.html)
> It's not GPL (not even opensource) but it's free for educational
> institutions and personal use (OK, I know it's not the same thing...)
> The only thing missing is the ability to change the order of the
> columns of a table...
> So I'd be glad to hear about some GPL tool that can do the job.
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