WySQL is a CLI-like Web console interface for remote database management when telnet and SSH are not available.
Version: 2.0.0 beta3WySQL is a CLI-like web console interface, written in PHP4, for remote database management when telnet/ssh is not available. It also includes a web/sql toolset
Operating System: Linux
Supports multiple dbms (currently MySQL and PostgeSQL) and features history and playback of previous commands and scripts.
DBMS, host, user, password and database name may be forced (configuration) or selected/entered in the control panel.
The aim is not to replace other products, offering better user friendly interfaces, it's just a toy for CLI nostalgics looking to feed their typewriting needs...
The dbms abstraction driver may also be used for other products as the WyCSV and WyForm plug-ins and WyCode.
What's New in This Release:
· This release fixes several problems: The previous V2 beta kept using the V1 console, and the V2 console has never been tested. The class constructor was misspelled, and no initialization was performed (this had no impact but the console). The session handling has been rearranged; it should now work despite the setting of session_autostart and register_globals, but it probably won't work under older versions of PHP. Single-choice entries in database.php were not set by do_connect(), whose parameters, if set, now override the database.php entries. The console (dbms) prompt was not displayed.