So, can I assume that my best bet is to create the database using DataMan or PHPMyAdmin, then build the record-displaying and reporting system with PHP, creating the forms, HTML and MySQL queries manually? I know I'm sounding too lazy, but isn't just great how easily can you create databases and forms with FileMaker? Why there are no tools like FileMaker for MySQL? Do I have no clue at all? Best, Gustavo http://www.area.com.mx/estrategica > De facto, > > http://www.phpwizard.net/projects/phpMyAdmin/ > > Hans > New York PHP > http://nyphp.org > > > --- Gustavo Arizpe <garizpe at network.com.mx> wrote: > > Hi! > > > > Does anybody know if there exists some kind of graphical, > > general-purpose > > database manager for MySQL? > > > > What I'm looking for would be something similar to FileMaker or > > Access. It > > would allow to easily create different relational databases (i.e for > > contact > > management, invoicing, record collection, projects, etc.). > > > > PHPMyAdmin or DataMan don't accomplish what I want, but maybe I'm > > asking > > too much. Or am I not? Doesn't it just makes sense to have such a > > tool that > > would work great and would be very useful on any Intranet, OS X > > network > > and, of course, on the web? > > > > Please point me to such wonderful tool or help me to get some clue.