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[Outdated] Database Browser Portable 3.2.2.0 Development Test 2

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Application: Database Browser
Category: Development
Description:
This easy to use tool allows user to connect to any database and browse or modify data, execute sql scripts, export and print data
Download Database Browser Portable 3.2.2.0 Development Test 2 [2.23MB download / 2.33MB installed]
(MD5: 1d8cd696ee63e600c4b43c91ab844421)

Release Notes:

Development Test 2 (2008-11-09):

  • Now works directly with
    Oracle
    MS Sql Server
    ODBC
    MySql
    PostgreSQL
    Interbase and Firebird


This version been around for a while but I am sure you will find that there is something wrong with it
Mike

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Awesome.

I'm glad you posted this here otherwise I would never have found it. I've been looking for a good free MySQL browser (other than phpMyAdmin which I've been using).

getco
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Hmm, interesting, might

Hmm, interesting, might actually be quite useful. Is there something like this Open Source?

highalpine
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Sweet

I've been looking for something to do this that was portable so I don't have to get onto phpMyAdmin

scriptdaemon
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A few quick obvious things.

1. The installer icon isn't the PA.c icon (can anyone confirm if that's mandatory?)
2. There is no actual launcher. It should be in the directory you currently have the application .exe.
3. No "AppName" folder. This will be named to the name of your app, and it will contain all the app files. It should be inside the "App" folder.
4. No DefaultData folder. This should also be inside the "App" folder.

prapper
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On that note

If there's no default data (I haven't looked at the app btw) does the DefaultData folder need to be included?

Or is that a stupid question? LOL

scriptdaemon
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It's noted in the Format

It's noted in the Format specifications and it doesn't say any exceptions, so I'm assuming it's still required.

prapper
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I only ask because there was

I only ask because there was no real answer to this question.

scriptdaemon
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I'm not 100%.

If Oliver says John says it's needed, I would keep it. Otherwise, ask someone from the release team (or John himself).

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