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April 7, 2005, 3:03 am
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I have installed MySQL under Linux and it's now running...
I have created a DB and a few tables and populated them...
How do I query the tables now ? I have enter SQL statements at the command
prompt however some are quite complex and surely don't have to be reentered
every time ?
I found a package called "query browser" but to date have been unable to get
it to work... is this the correct package for executing queries on the db ?
I am migrating from SQL Server where I could use stored procedures and views
however I understand these are still in development and to be realeased in
Re: New to MySQL
mysql does not have the views and stored procedures.. it is a simpler
You use phpmyadmin to interact with the db (easier than using prompt).
It is kind of equiv. to sql serverís Enterprise Manager.
I would buy a nice introductory book...
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