Microsoft has released a new version of the IIS Database Manager, providing the ability to manage SQL from a web page.
IIS Database Manager allows you to easily manage your local and remote databases from within IIS Manager. IIS Database Manager automatically discovers databases based on the Web server or application configuration and also provides the ability to connect to any database on the network. Once connected, IIS Database Manager provides a full array of management options including managing tables, views, stored procedures and data, as well as running ad hoc queries.
IIS Database Manager provides native support for SQL Server and is also fully extensible for developers to add support for other database systems. In addition, because IIS Database Manager is an extension of IIS Manager, administrators can securely delegate the management of databases to authorized local or remote users, without having to open additional management ports on the server.
Here are a few articles to get you started on using the IIS Database Manager:
- Basics of the IIS Database Manager
- Working with Tables
- Working with Views
- Working with Stored Procedures
For more information, check out the IIS Database Manager Home Page.