PhpPgAdmin is one of the most popular instruments for managing PostgreSQL databases. It is intuitive, albeit powerful and you'll be able to do any action you want to - export, import and modify any cell, row or table within a database; grant, revoke or adjust the permissions for a given user; execute SQL queries and a lot more. When you wish to have a backup copy of a PostgreSQL-driven site, for instance, or move it to some other hosting supplier, you are able to export the entire database in a format of your liking - SQL, CSV, XML, XHTML and many others. Using phpPgAdmin, you will have complete control of your databases and anything connected with them. The tool was in fact intended to be the PostgreSQL alternative of phpMyAdmin, however these days the two have little in common when it comes to the user interface.

phpPgAdmin in Shared Hosting

We supply phpPgAdmin with all of our shared service and you will be able to access it through the PostgreSQL area of your Hepsia Control Panel provided that you have installed at least a single database. You'll see all of your databases listed in alphabetical order in this particular section and on their right-hand side there'll be a little phpPgAdmin button. Once you click on the button for a given database, you'll be signed in automatically in a separate tab of your web browser. In case you prefer to sign in manually, you can check out our direct phpPgAdmin login page and type in the database account information. This feature can be used if someone else, such as a graphic designer, needs to access a database in your account. Thus, your files and emails will stay safe because nobody can access them.

phpPgAdmin in Semi-dedicated Servers

We provide phpPgAdmin with all our semi-dedicated service and you will be able to use it to control any PostgreSQL database you create through your Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. As soon as you set up a new database, a phpPgAdmin button will appear next to it, which means that with just a click you're able to sign in to the tool and see the content of that particular database. You won't need to enter any username or password provided that you go through your website hosting account, yet if you prefer to log in manually or to allow access to a database to another individual, you'll also have the option to do that. In this way, if you manage the account but the company IT person controls the web content, for example, he'll be able to work on the site without having access to any e-mail messages or some other private info.