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Posted Jun 5, 2003

myLittleTools releases version 2.0 of its database administration tool

By Linda Cole

myLittleTools.net announces the release of myLittleAdmin, a web-based MS SQL and MSDE database administration tool. This latest version has been entirely re-written, has a familiar interface, similar to that found in Enterprise Manager, and sports a lot of new features.

Included among the new features are database creation, relationships management or users and logins management. A full list of features is available on the myLittleTools website.

The software requires no component or DDL installation; it can be run immediately, once it is placed on a virtual webserver.

myLittleAdmin will run on the following (or later) platforms:

  • Windows NT
  • IIS 5.0
  • MS SQL Server 7.0 (fully functional with MS SQL Server 2000 and MSDE)
  • Windows 98
  • Personal Web Server
  • MS SQL Server Desktop Edition

A live demo is available on the myLittleTools website giving potential buyers the opportunity to check out the program. If that's not sufficient, a free lite version is also available for download.



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