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I can't understand why more people don't do that instead of using free tools like Workbench. ::)

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By far the best way that I find to edit a database is to export it to excel as a CSV, edit it, and import it back.

 

 

Seriously? Thats a joke right?

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I think the best choice is dbForge Studio for MySQL with dbForge Data Generator for MySQL, or you can also compose dbForge Query Builder, Compare bundle, and also data generator for MySQL.

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