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CUBRID WebQuery

CUBRID WebQuery

CUBRID WebQuery is an open source, lightweight and intuitive web-based database management tool originated from the well known SQL Buddy. It was later updated, customized and enriched with new features compatible with CUBRID.

CUBRID WebQuery is famous for its high performance. It features a modern user interface design and provides optimized browsing experience due to the usage of AJAX technology. Users do not have to wait for the whole page to be reloaded when trying to simply add a new record into a table. The application will fetch just the content that has changed. It is lightweight, easy to install, easy to learn and use. If you wish to administer your CUBRID database from a web browser, CUBRID WebQuery is a must tool for you.

Below you can find a tutorial which will help you to quickly get started with CUBRID WebQuery.


Downloads

The latest version of CUBRID WebQuery has been released on August 10, 2011. Users with older versions are recommended to download the following latest version and upgrade their WebQuery.

Download CUBRID WebQuery 2.1


Instructions

Software Requirements

Before installing, please make sure that you have already installed and configured the following applications. For installation instructions of each software refer to the tutorials below.

  • CUBRID 3.0 or later.
  • A Web Server: we recommend Apache Web Server.
  • PHP 5.3.x or 5.2.x. Remember to install CUBRID PHP Extension.
  • IE7+, Chrome, Safari, Opera, or Firefox Web browsers with JavaScript enabled.

Installation

Installing CUBRID WebQuery is very easy. Since it is a PHP based Web application all you need to do is to upload it to your server and you are ready to go. Then open in your web browser the address corresponding to the location were the application was installed/unpacked (for example, http://localhost/webquery/index.php). For more information on how to use CUBRID WebQuery, refer to the tutorials below.


Connecting to a Database

In order to connect to a database:


Tutorials

Contribute

CUBRID WebQuery is an open source tool. We highly encourage users to join us and contribute to the future developments through code enhancements, modifying the CSS style-sheets or provide translations. We always welcome the contributors to our CUBRID Dev team!

Getting Help

If you have any difficulties with CUBRID WebQuery, post your questions to the dedicated forum at CUBRID Apps & Tools forum.




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