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Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.1 for Effective MySQL Management by Marc Delisle

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Chapter 14. Bookmarks

This chapter covers query bookmarks—one of the features of the linked-tables infrastructure. Being able to label queries, and recall them by label, can be a real time saver. Bookmarks are queries that are:

  • Stored permanently
  • Viewable
  • Erasable
  • Related to one database
  • Recorded only as a consequence of a user's wish
  • Labeled
  • Private by default (only available to the user creating them), but possibly public

A bookmark can also have a variable part, as explained in the Passing a parameter value to a bookmark section later in this chapter.

There is no bookmark subpage to manage bookmarks. Instead, the various actions on bookmarks are available on specific pages, such as results pages or query box pages.

Comparing bookmark and query history ...

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