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GUI for tables?

hasan khan
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I am looking for some web application or something like that, that can be used by back office guys to update tables without writing any kind of query.


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Paul Sturrock
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Most databases come with such tools. Which database are you using?


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hasan khan
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i am using oracle and SQL, but i dont want back office guys to have direct access to databse. they are just lay man.
[ November 29, 2006: Message edited by: hasaN khaN ]
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Now I'm confused. You mean that the back end people should have update access to the database, but not access to the database admin functions?


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