[ubuntu-uk] (Slightly OT) Standalone databases

Bea Groves beagroves at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 13:49:45 UTC 2011


As an 'amateur' in this area, I can say that DaDaBik is truly excellent
for producing database front ends, and I have used it in a number of
production contexts with great success. Highly recommendable!

On 20/10/11 14:07, Bob Giles wrote:
> On 20/10/11 15:26, George MacLeod wrote:
>> You could consider DaDaBik http://www.dadabik.org/ which provides a
>> web based Open Source PHP front end which has been tested on MySQL,
>> PostgreSQL, SQLite, Oracle and MS SQL Server. I use it at both home
>> and work. It's very easy to import spreadsheets into the Db and
>> provide users password login etc.
> George,
> Thank you. I have just had a quick look at http://www.dadabik.org/. It
> looks as if the project is very mature. I will investigate further. The
> author suggests that it is very easy to use but I'd like to be the judge!
> Thanks again.
> Bob

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