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MySQL For Window

A native Windows distribution of MySQL has been available from MySQL AB since version 3.21 and represents a sizable percentage of the daily downloads of MySQL.

MySQL For Window


  1. MySQL Installing on Windows
    A native Windows distribution of MySQL has been available from MySQL AB since version 3.21 and represents a sizable percentage of the daily downloads of MySQL. This section describes the process for installing MySQL on Windows. To run MySQL on Windows, the following:  * A 32-bit Windows operating system such as 9x, Me, NT, 2000, XP, or Windows Server 2003.  *A Windows NT-based operating system (NT, 2000, XP, 2003) permits you to run the MySQL server as a service. The use of a Windows NT-based operating system is strongly recommended." Starting MySQL as a Windows Service?. * Generally, you should install MySQL on Windows using an account that has administrator rights. Otherwise, you may encounter problems with certain operations such as editing the PATH environment variable or accessing the Service Control Manager. 
  2. Basic MySQL Window tutorial
    This MySQL tutorial is a guide for new MySQL users, providing a reference of very basic, step by step, instructions on how to get started. This MySQL help page also gives more advanced users assistance in upgrading and running multiple versions of MySQL on a computer at the same time. If you're looking for in depth information on MySQL, get a copy of MySQL, by Paul DuBois. The book has received excellent reviews, and rightfully so. It's thorough, well written and nicely organized. Please purchase it here to help defray my costs incurred providing this important page. MySQL is an SQL based relational database management system (DBMS) that runs under a broad array of operating systems. MySQL is frequently used by PHP and Perl scripts. The SQL commands discussed in this tutorial apply to MySQL operating under all operating systems. Only the installation instructions are Windows specific. The focus is on Windows XP Professional and Windows 2000 Professional machines.
  3. MySQL Database Server and Microsoft Windows
    The Windows version of the MySQL Database Server accounts for over 40 percent of the downloads of the world?s most popular open source database. This is a reflection of how popular Windows is in the open source community and how popular MySQL is among the millions of .NET developers worldwide. MySQL and Microsoft are now collaborating to enable Windows developers to quickly build MySQL data-driven applications with Visual Studio. Microsoft's VSIP program gives partners the tools and resources they need to successfully integrate their products into the Visual Studio 2005 development environment. As part of the VSIP program, MySQL AB is developing a plug-in for Visual Studio 2005 that will allow Windows developers to quickly build MySQL data-driven applications with Visual Studio.
  4. MYSQL Window for  DBAs
    We do run on all platforms supported by Microsoft, embedded platforms not tested. We do support all communication protocols supported by Windows. Minimum disk space: 200MB, basically enough to unpack, install and create a few test DBs. We do run on all file systems supported by Windows, for tables larger than 4GB NTFS is necessary. We do support a lot of DB access frameworks: ODBC, .NET (1.1 or newer), JDBC (1.4.2 or larger to develop, 1.3.0 or newer to run). Packages are named a bit differently than on Unix.  By Quality: Production, Beta, Alpha. By distribition format: Precompiled binary or Source. By features and package format: Essential (MSI, only the files you'd need in production), Complete (ZIP, with setup program, installs all components used in a development environment), No installation (ZIP, for development, without installer for full control of installation). Installation does not touch the registry, so it is save to deinstall manually by wiping out the directories, if you so desire.
  5. Database Design Manual Using the MYSQL for Windows
    Databases are now an integral part of the internet and many web sites use databases in the background to control their content. MySQL is one of the most commonly used open source database management systems. Due to it?s bundling with PHP, MySQL has proved a popular choice for many sites as it enables a database driven, content managed website to be set up with little or no software costs. This book will show you how to design and use databases for the web using MySQL as a tool to learn SQL. Key Topics Installing and testing MySQL SQL basics, and using SQL to communicate with databases Database design techniques and concepts Using MySQL with PHP, Apache and Perl How to make other products communicate with MySQL Features and Benefits.
  6. The EMS SQL manager : MySQL for Window
    EMS SQL Manager for MySQL is a powerful tool for MySQL Database Server administration and development. It works with any MySQL versions from 3.23 to 5 and supports all of the latest MySQL features including views, stored procedures and functions, InnoDB foreign keys, user-definable functions, transaction-safe tables, new MySQL 5 Authentication Protocol, MySQL 4.x user privilege extensions, charsets and collations support for databases and tables. It offers plenty of powerful tools for experienced users such as Visual Database Designer, Visual Query Builder, and BLOB viewer/editor to satisfy all their needs. It has a new state-of-the-art graphical user interface with well-described wizard system, so clear in use that even a newbie will not be confused with it. Its Graphical User Interface (GUI) allows you to create/edit all MySQL database objects in a simple and direct way, run SQL scripts, manage users and administer user privileges, edit SQL queries, extract and print metadata, create database structure reports in HTML format, export/import data, and supplies many other services that will make your work with MySQL server as easy as it can be.




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