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Posted by: Bill Hely
Date: August 11, 2005 06:31PM

Hi all.

I've decided to migrate myself from MS-Access to MySQL for when I need to build a database-enabled website. I’m told MySQL is a much better choice – more concurrent users, more robust, etc.

I'm accustomed to setting up the Access database structure first using the MS-Access GUI, so I did a search for MySQL GUIs – seems there are plenty around, even several free/shareware offerings.

So rather than spend a lot of time testing tools that I don’t know anything about anyway, I thought I'd ask for recommendations. The following points are relevant:

- My database needs are usually fairly elementary.
- I do my server-side programming in ASP.
- I use Windows/IIS web servers almost exclusively.
- The IIS web servers I use have PHP5 and MySQL installed (I’m not keen to get into PHP at this time).

Any and all pointers/suggestions/caveats most welcome.

- Bill H.

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