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Group tables like phpMyAdmin

pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago in Feature discussion Permalink

Either i did not find the ability to group the tables, or there really is not.

I would like to be able to group tables as in phpMyAdmin.

This is useful for grouping tables of different modules.

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pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago Permalink

phpMyAdmin config guide

pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago Permalink

phpMyAdmin config guide

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pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago Permalink

It was also good to create subgroups for submodules.

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Curanai's profile image Curanai posted 2 years ago Permalink

Hi, I'd like to have this feature, too - but primary on table names inside of a database (no submodules as suggested are neccessary here).

pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago Permalink

no submodules as suggested are neccessary here

I mean that the tables from the module/submodule of my application are conveniently grouped when viewed in HeidiSQL.

On the current project, i have >20 logical modules and submodules (grouped tables) in DB.

Curanai's profile image Curanai posted 2 years ago Permalink

no submodules as suggested are neccessary here

I mean that the tables from the module/submodule of my application are conveniently grouped when viewed in HeidiSQL.

On the current project, i have >20 logical modules and submodules (grouped tables) in DB.

Hehe ... no problem - my emphasis was on "here" (because I am not in a need for this; but that does not mean your wish is useless). :)

pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 2 years ago Permalink

my emphasis was on "here"

If author can make groups and subgroups within the one issue/feature, then why not.

If this is difficult, then of course it's best to make only groups. Without subgroups, we will survive.

ketchup208's profile image ketchup208 posted 10 months ago Permalink

Indeed this is a very useful request

pgribanov's profile image pgribanov posted 10 months ago Permalink

I create issue on GitHub. We can continue the discussion here:

https://github.com/HeidiSQL/HeidiSQL/issues/502

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