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Is there something like phpmyadmin except that it allows you to produce user friendly queries for people who dont know SQL? That is, it lets people enter SQL parameters without the user seeing the SQL statement. Also would be good if it could output nice results....

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    Default phpmyadmin with visual queries and nice results?

    Is there something like phpmyadmin except that it allows you to
    produce user friendly queries for people who dont know SQL? That is,
    it lets people enter SQL parameters without the user seeing the SQL
    statement. Also would be good if it could output nice results.

    skinhat Guest

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    Default Re: phpmyadmin with visual queries and nice results?

    skinhat wrote:
     

    http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/jasperreports
    http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/ireport

    Their paid for version has a more end user controls...

    http://www.jaspersoft.com/JasperSoft_JasperServer.html
    Walter Guest

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    Walter Vaughan wrote: 
    >
    > http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/jasperreports
    > http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/ireport
    >
    > Their paid for version has a more end user controls...
    >
    > http://www.jaspersoft.com/JasperSoft_JasperServer.html[/ref]

    althought i dislike admitting it but ms office products (excel and
    access) also give the user some of that capability where they can pick
    and choose elements of data.

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    lark Guest

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    Default Re: phpmyadmin with visual queries and nice results?

    lark wrote: 
    >>
    >>
    >> http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/jasperreports
    >> http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/ireport
    >>
    >> Their paid for version has a more end user controls...
    >>
    >> http://www.jaspersoft.com/JasperSoft_JasperServer.html[/ref]
    >
    >
    > althought i dislike admitting it but ms office products (excel and
    > access) also give the user some of that capability where they can pick
    > and choose elements of data.[/ref]

    Well, current versions of OpenOffice have pretty much same ability to connect to
    mySQL via a JDBC connector. Also iReport (from link above) will be built into
    next release of OpenOffice making it even easier to do reporting within the
    OpenOffice framework.
    Walter Guest

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