Wednesday, April 20 2016
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Your product sounds great but I see nothing about the most important issue --
Connectivity to databases
Supported database schemas
I am obviously hoping that you forgot in the rush to include the Tech specs regarding its connectivity to databases other than the Wordpress installation site tables

I ask because in the past I saw a Tables management tool but you had to CREATE all tables inside the product and it stored data in proprietary string formats

I could only use your product if it simply connected to and managed standard mysql tables.

Thank you for your kind response!
more than a month ago
Hi,

WP Table manager is a quite "fresh" product, the database connection is not a feature already included.
Of course this is the next major step of the plugin with, also, a possibility to sync table with Excel file data or Google sheet.

Cheers,
more than a month ago
Hello!
Is it possible now to edit database data? That would be great. If so i would like to test the plugin if possible...
Thanks in advance!
more than a month ago
Hi ishop,

Is it possible now to edit database data?

Sorry, it's impossible presently. You can create tables from WP database where taking some fields. For more details: https://www.joomunited.com/wordpress-demo/table-from-wordpress-database/

Hope it helps!
Cheers,
more than a month ago
Hello, thank you for your response.
Is it, that the plugin generates its own tables in the database from fields I select?
Or can it edit the content of some fields and write it back to databse? And of more than 50? That is what I need. I didn't get That in the description page.
Thank you.
more than a month ago
About 15 Months ago I asked if you were going to open up your Table Manager plugin so that it could create Tables from another database on the same MySQL host.
Connection uses same localhost but different database name, username, password.
This is not a huge programming nightmare to add.

But, I assume that if I have other tables in the same database connection as my WordPress application tables that it will see those non-WP tables and can make tables for them as it does for WP prefix tables. Correct?

Thank you!
more than a month ago
Hi ishop,

Is it, that the plugin generates its own tables in the database from fields I select?
Or can it edit the content of some fields and write it back to databse? And of more than 50? That is what I need. I didn't get That in the description page.

Yes, you can take some tables/ columns from database but you can not edit the content in those fields.

Thanks a lot!
Cheers,
more than a month ago
Hi Worddog,

Thanks for your response.
I assume that if I have other tables in the same database connection as my WordPress application tables that it will see those non-WP tables and can make tables for them as it does for WP prefix tables. Correct?

Of course, you can if the tables are stored in WP database.

Thanks a lot!
Cheers,
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