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phpMyAdmin is a software that installs along with WAMP, LAMP and XAMPP Local Web Server. On WAMP and XAMPP Web Server we can open phpMyAdmin Panel

When both the local web servers open the phpMyAdmin Panel, we see the next phpMyAdmin Panel. By using this software we can create and test our database and its various components such as SQL Queries, Views, Tables, Triggers, Stored Procedurals etc. in MySql RDBMS Software as per our need and generate the result as it is in our PHP Code. Can be used in, so that mistakes caused by typing can be easily avoided.
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Wordpress uses DB to store website data like users, posts, and more in SQL based DB like Mysql, postgreSql. To help non developers easily manage database an open source tool PhpMyadmin is used, which is a GUI based database management tool. It can execute database queries like addition of records, maintenance and repair of broken tables (in case of incomplete transactions) . It also allows other powerful dev related features like query import/export, database import export and more. There is also one Adminer sometimes used in place of phpmyadmin
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