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phpPgAdmin

phpPgAdmin to PostgreSQL is the same as PhpMyAdmin is to MySQL, it is the web-based application that provides access to your website’s databases and enables their easy management. If you use PostgreSQL databases, phpPgAdmin is the management tool you must utilize. Just like PHPMyAdmin, it is written in PHP and its purpose is to simplify as much as possible the creation and usage of databases even for inexperienced users.

PhpPgAdmin is available in multiple languages – currently 27. It is easy to set up and configure and allows the management of more servers at once. You can do anything via the graphical interface of phpPgAdmin, but you can use SQL commands as well or import various SQL scripts. The plain interface enables you to create data tables and insert content almost automatically.

 

phpPgAdmin Features

phpPgAdmin is simple, but it is loaded with numerous features that are the key to PostgreSQL’s flexibility and reliability. As mentioned the application simplifies the creation of PostgreSQL databases, the editing of tables, columns, and fields, as well as the implementation of SQL statements and various scripts. With phpPgAdmin you can also:

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