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New applications for PostgreSQL on Windows released

From: "Dave Page" <dave(dot)page(at)enterprisedb(dot)com>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: New applications for PostgreSQL on Windows released
Date: 2008-09-17 11:12:54
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EnterpriseDB are pleased to announce the availability of a number of
new application for use with your PostgreSQL server on Windows,
pre-configured and ready to install using our Stack Builder

* ApachePHP: The Apache Webserver, with PHP, preconfigured for use
with PostgreSQL.

* phpPgAdmin: The popular web based PostgreSQL management tool.

* Drupal: The popular Drupal content management system.

* mediaWiki: The Wiki software behind the Wikipedia and amongst many others.

* phpBB: A bulletin board system.

* phpWiki: A simple Wiki package written in PHP.

* EnterpriseDB MySQL Migration Wizard: A wizard designed to migrate
your data from MySQL to PostgreSQL.

* EnterpriseDB Tuning Wizard: Utilises elements of EnterpriseDB's
Dynatune technology to help configure your PostgreSQL server for the
workload of your choosing on your hardware.

To install any of these application, select the 'Application Stack
Builder' menu option from the PostgreSQL 8.3 menu on your Windows
server, and follow the wizard to choose, download and install the
packages you want.

In the coming months, EnterpriseDB also plans to release these
pre-configured applications on Linux and Mac OS X.

For installation support for any of the third party packages released
by EnterpriseDB or support for EnterpriseDB applications, please visit
our forums at

Dave Page
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