Hi Heather, I use phpmyadmin for both Linux and Windows, best of all it's free and easy to use.
From: List dedicated to technical discussions about Moodle [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Heather Peake
Sent: 11 February 2011 13:31
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Subject: MySQL workbench
I'm using a windows server. We are needing to upgrade our MySQL for moodle and the MySQL admin tool that I've been using for years has been discontinued. They have launched the MySQL Workbench.
I'm having issues with the data dump facility on it, in that I can't seem to export anything, just keep getting error messages. I've had a rummage about and for the Linux version it claims that error message was fixed last April. Also this version seems to have twice as many options for the export as the old - can anyone point me at a decent guide to which options to choose assuming of course the dump feature actually works.
Alternatively if somebody knows another tool for administering MySQL for moodle as I'm not keen on the client line scenario, much appreciated.
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