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MySQL Workbench Schema Converter: Convert database schemata from MySQL Workbench

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This class can convert database schemata from MySQL Workbench.

It can open a database schema file created with MySQL Workbench and converts the schema definition of a simpler XML format.

The resulting XML output can be transformed into a more useful format.

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MySQL Workbench is a free tool available under Windows, Mac OS and Linux that allows developers to design database schemata.

This class provides means to convert project files generated by the MySQL Workbench program into a XML format that can be more useful to use in PHP applications that need to use the information defined in a database schema file.

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Accessible without login Plain text file mwb.xsl Data XSL Stylesheet
Plain text file MySQLWorkbench.class.php Class Main class
Plain text file MySQLWorkbenchXML.class.php Class a xml helper class
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