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'pimentcore' is a Web interface to any PostgreSQL database that was designed with pimentech-dbutils. It allows you to set access rights for tables, to hide or rename things, and perform other operations. Unlike phpmyadmin or the likes, the interface allows complex searches, editing, and additions to the data. Navigation is simple: for each SQL table, there is a search engine and a corresponding list of matching tuples. Users can view or modify details by clicking on a tuple. MetaDatas do need to be inserted in the database so that pimentcore knows about your datas (type of edition, access rights, relations, etc.). Each user has a profile that sets his rights along with filtering datas; administrators can configure almost everything from inside the HTTP interface itself.
released on 9 March 2005
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 January 2008.
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