MySQL Management and Administration with Navicat

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  • Easily set up servers, establish connections, configure proxies and SSL certificates
  • Design databases, tables, complex views, queries, functions and stored procedures through hand coding, point-and-click, or a mix of both
  • Establish and manage complex relationships with visual editors and get the automatically generated SQL
  • Import data or an entire database from almost any data source and export to a different database platform or a plethora of file formats
  • Create visual models and create a database from them or just reverse-engineer an existing database into a visual diagram
  • Backup and restore MySQL databases easily
  • Create batch jobs and define automated schedules
  • Manage complex privileges, analyze and repair tables with a few clicks

Any database designer who wants to accomplish both everyday tasks and more advanced actions with a few clicks or drag-and-drops can now do so using Navicat’s advanced tools and this book.

Starting with the basics before progressing with advanced features, this book can be read from cover to cover, or simply used as a reference guide for any problems you encounter.

The book features ‘work along’ tutorials, some of which will surprise you by revealing features of Navicat which you may never have known existed – features such as designing functions and stored procedures, event triggers, creating batch jobs and scheduling.

"MySQL Management and Administration with Navicat" is an ideal resource to master Navicat and unlock its true potential.

  • Tips, tricks and fast-paced tutorials for getting the most out of Navicat
  • Master the visual design tools and editors with thorough examples
  • Discover how easy Navicat makes outsmarting the trickiest cases
  • Both Mac and PC versions covered, with screenshots detailing differences in performing tasks
Page Count 134
Course Length 4 hours 1 minutes
ISBN 9781849687461
Date Of Publication 12 Sep 2012


Gökhan Ozar

Gökhan Ozar is an IT professional with both hands-on and outsourcing expertise in the areas of application development, database design, data analysis, project management, systems integration, training, support, and delegation of support. A graduate in 1999 of Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, he started his career as a Web Designer and Developer, making database-driven web applications on a variety of platforms. During his high school years at the age of 16, he was known within the Mac user communities in Turkey as the maker of an adventure game called The Journey, made exclusively for older Macs running on Mac OS versions prior to OS X. He has had experience in various domains of IT, such as business intelligence, data warehousing, and quality assurance, besides software development mainly on Java EE and .NET platforms. He went on to build his career working with the Business Process Management/Electronic Document Workflow software. He also runs several blogs, which are accessible from his personal website at, and also welcomes new followers on Twitter (