Met behulp van phpMSAdmin is een Microsoft SQL-database via een webbrowser te onderhouden. Het maakt gebruik van een PHP-omgeving en zou Microsofts SQL Enterprise Manager en Web Data Administrator moeten kunnen vervangen volgens de ontwikkelaar. phpMSAdmin biedt mogelijkheden om databases en tabellen aan te maken, te droppen en te wijzigen. Daarnaast is het mogelijk om verschillende query's los te laten op de database. Versie 0.16 is sinds kort beschikbaar met de volgende aankondiging:
This release (0.16) includes a major new feature that was requested by a user in the forum, database exporting. Also included is an updated manual. Numerous bugs and notices were cleaned up and some minor layout/design tweaks were implemented. Full changelog is available via the “note” on the SourceForge releases page. I know what your saying, “Only one new feature?”, yep, this one was a tall-order and it still is not as inclusive as I would have liked. Enjoy, and stay tuned till next week.
This (0.15) is primarily another user-feedback release. Thanks to all those in the forums who had constructive suggestions on how to improve the software. First, added the ability to edit rows from both the table select and table browse modes (assuming an identity column is present). Also, support was added for manual connection specification. Dangerous table operations via the context (right-click) menu now prompt you by default to confirm the operations unless you turn this off in the configuration file. Also the context menu for databases was modified to include a create table link. For the first time ever, a work in progress manual is included. It is availabe in the “docs” directory in “Open Office”, “Microsoft Word”, “PDF”, and “HTML” formats. Numerous bugs were fixed including broken windows detection on the login page, incorrect title on database drop page, table insertion not enforcing maximum length restriction, and an odbc.ini “present but empty” error. Also a large number of notices were fixed throughout the software if you had notices turned on. There were also a number of small cosmetic changes. Added messages stating when there are no Stored Procedures, Views or Functions on the database properties page. Fixed IE incorrectly displaying a number of table borders.