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Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.1 for Effective MySQL Management by Marc Delisle

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Query window

It is often convenient to have a distinct window in which we can type and refine queries, and which is synchronized with the right panel. This window is called the Query window. We can open this window by using the small SQL icon, or the Query window link from the left panel's icons or links zone.

This link or icon is displayed if $cfg['QueryFrame'] is set to TRUE. The TRUE for $cfg['QueryFrameJS'] tells phpMyAdmin to open a distinct window and update it using JavaScript commands; of course, this only works for a JavaScript-enabled browser. If this is set to FALSE, clicking on Query window will only open the right panel, and will display the normal SQL subpage.

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The full usability of the Query window is only achieved with the distinct ...

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