Microsoft Access 2000 works great as a general front end and IDE for client or server databases. You can use it to manage not just data, but also the table definitions, stored procedures, indexing, and other DBMS-related functions required of a DBA. Follow these steps from author
Sanders Kaufman, Jr. to access a MySQL database (for the UNIX crowd) over the Web and manage the tables and data with Access.
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