DB Customization Manager 1.2.0

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About This File

After years of running a forum and performing version upgrades, converting from another forum software, installing mods, etc., your forum's database can get cluttered with extra unused junk. While this extra data doesn't typically cause any real problems with the functionality of your site, it does take up some extra room and can have a minor impact on performance.

What this application does is looks at every application installed on your forums and determines what it thinks you should have in your database for a variety of objects, then compares it to what you actually have in there, and it gives you a report of what extra stuff you have. You can then add Notes to these items to let yourself or other Admins know whether it should be kept, you can query the database for info about the particular item, and you can quickly delete the items you find. Remember that there is no Undo for deleting items, so only delete stuff you are sure you don't need!

The tool can scan your database and find the following extra types of information: [*]BBCodes [*]Caches [*]Help Files [*]Hooks [*]Public Language Bits [*]Admin Language Bits [*]Media tags [*]Settings [*]Setting Groups [*]Skin CSS [*]Skin Replacements [*]Skin Templates [*]SQL Fields [*]SQL Tables [*]Tasks




















What's New in Version 1.2.0   See changelog

Released

Updated for compatibility with IP.Board 3.4



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thank you thank you thank you :) :)

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My only concern is the inability to recover or undo your action. Perhaps something to consider in the future?

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My only concern is the inability to recover or undo your action. Perhaps something to consider in the future?

its like a trash bin dude. If u permanently remove it u cant get it back. what ur saying is that it would create a backup of tat query, what would be the point if the whole reason was to remove it .

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My only concern is the inability to recover or undo your action. Perhaps something to consider in the future?

 

There are technical limitations on being able to store undo information for this app, there's the possibility that something you deleted would need a slightly different query to restore it later because of other database information being changed.  If you're unsure whether something should be deleted or not, then you could always just not delete it.

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