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For those who do not know, let me introduce you to CocoaMySQL. It is another free alternative to phpmyadmin and is VERY nice. It is definitely much quicker than phpmyadmin since it doesnt have to reload every single page all the time.

I have to play around with it a little more to give a better review, but it is DEFINITELY something worth checking out.

http://cocoamysql.sourceforge.net/

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Sweet!... This is a great piece of software. Thanks for the link.

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I ditto the recommendation....However, a word to the wise....Virtually all webhosting providers use PhpMyAdmin. So, you must get comfortable with that application if you intend to do any kind of mysql work. Later on, CocoaMySQL is great for developing on your desktop/powerbook ...assuming you are adept with PMA by then.
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Yeah, I'd like to support mgm's idea...if you are not well acquainted with phpmyadmin, try using phpmyadmin instead of cocoamysql
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