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There is a nice thing in phpMyAdmin, if you define a foreign key on table, you see a list of available items when you try to add a new item on that table. It is like this, let's say I have a users table and a posts table. Now, let's say I add a foreign key from posts table on post_added_by to users table on user_id. Now whenever I want to add a new post directly to database, I can see a list of users on posts table post_added_by. Is there an option for this in Adminer?
This is a default behavior of Adminer Editor. You can customize Adminer to behave the same way but I see Adminer as a low-level tool so this is not the default behavior.
Well, you see, I would like to keep using Adminer, because I like it more than Adminer Editor. Can you explain it more to me how to customize this behavior for Adminer?
You can use plugin edit-foreign.
You just completed my Adminer, sir! It is officially the best database administration tool:)