phpPgAdmin: 4.2 Released

phpPgAdmin is a fully functional web-based administration utility for a PostgreSQL database server. It handles all the basic functionality as well as some advanced features such as triggers, views and functions (stored procs)

phpPgAdmin 4.2 Released
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April 5th, 2008

The phpPgAdmin Team is proud to announce a new major release of
phpPgAdmin. Version 4.2 adds many new features, bug fixes and
updated translations over the previous version.

Download
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To download right now, visit:

http://phppgadmin.sourceforge.net/?page=download

(RPMs available soon)

Demo
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To give the fully-functional demo a try, visit:

http://phppgadmin.kattare.com/phppgadmin4/

New Features
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* Add Analyze to Table Level Actions (ioguix)
* Add support for multiple actions on main pages (ioguix, Robert Treat)
* Added favicon for Mozilla and a backwards compatible version for IE.
* Allow browsers to save different usernames and passwords for different servers.
* Pagination selection available for reports
* You can configure reports db, schema and table names
* Add support for creating a table using an exsting one (ioguix)
* Auto-expand a node in the tree browser if there are no other nodes (Tomasz Pala)
* Add column about fields constraints type + links in table properties page (ioguix)
* Support for built-in Full Text Search (Ivan Zolotukhin)
* Add alter name, owner & comment on views (ioguix)
* Add column about called procedure + links to their definition in the triggers
properties page (ioguix)
* Add Support for Enum type creation (ioguix,xzilla)
* Add alter name, owner, comment and properties for sequences (ioguix)
* Add function costing options (xzilla)
* Add alter owner & schema on function (xzilla)
* Add a popup window for the session requests history (karl, ioguix)
* Add alter table, view, sequence schema (ioguix)

Regards,

The phpPgAdmin Team

Posted by Robert Treat 2008-04-07

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