Edit and manage your MySQL tables in the easiest and quickest way.
0.0.6 (23 February 2010)
- On Windows servers the main configuration was not loaded due to an issue when defining the installation path.
- Added an option to show debug info on screen.
- Added a check to be sure the MySQL user has sufficient privileges to create myEASYdb own tables.
- Fixed some issues when creating myEASYdb own tables.
- Tested (and working) on an HostGator hosted account.
- When a reference is deleted the screen is now properly refreshed.
- NEW! Define which fields you like to filter and filter the table contents list accordingly.
0.0.5 (17 February 2010)
- Fixed an issue on a fresh installation preventing to load the Settings page.
- Minor changes in the Settings page layout to fit a 1024 pixels width screen.
- Contents list page:
- corrected the fields alignment for referenced fields.
- when you change the value in the 'records per page' drop down menu the page is resetted to the top.
- Table data was not removed everytime it was necessary.
- Added lables descriptions to butons.
0.0.4 (16 February 2010)
- Added support for tables that does not use a numeric/autoincremented field for the key.
In this case the key used to get/update the record is created using ALL the fields defined as keys.
- Added an indication on the screen about which fields are used as key.
- If it is not possible to determine the table key the code dies (for the moment) showing an info message.
- Headers/data in the table list are now aligned on the right if the field is numeric.
- Every table field is now shown on the Edit Record page: reserved and yet-to-be-handled fields types are represented as readonly input fields.
- The 'records per page' drop down menu is now functional; its original value (defined in the Settings page) is restored when you reload the page.
0.0.3 (15 February 2010)
- Sorry, I have messed up with SVN
0.0.2 (15 February 2010)
- When updating a table, its ID field (the autoincremented one):
- is now choosen as the first auto-increment field in the table
- is not overwritten anymore
- Backslashes added by
mysql_real_escape() are now properly removed before presenting the data on the screen
0.0.1 (15 February 2010)
- This is the first release!
Requires: 2.9.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 2010-2-23
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