Am Donnerstag, 22. Februar 2007 schrieb Seb:
> I'm exploring ways to interact with postgresql through a GUI. I'm in a
> Debian testing system (AMD64) and have found very few options. I really
> like pgadmin for the administrative tasks with postgresql, but I'm looking
> for something for day to day data entry, querying, and report generation.
> I come from an M$ Access background, where I was used to clicking around
> for these tasks. Openoffice.org does seem to have similar functionality,
> but I haven't been able to set it up to work with postgresql. I would
> appreciate some suggestions from other postgresql/pgadmin users. Thanks.
You could try knoda (www.knoda.org) and/or rekall (www.rekallrevealed.org).
Unless you don't want do more complicated things knoda could be a good choice
(but I don't know nothing about the report generator - I never used it). As
of my experience knoda seems to be a little buggy: For example if you try to
trigger some code in python from a combobox the program executes it twice.
But for simple purposes it should work.
I tried rekall in a very early stage (2 or 3 years ago) but as the layout of
texts in the different widgets on the screen wasn't that good, and as I
wanted to work with larger texts I changed to knoda. Now rekall seems to have
improved considerably and comes with a detailed manual.
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