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For OpenEMR versions 5.0.1 and above

phpMyAdmin was removed. See this forum thread for details: https://community.open-emr.org/t/removing-phpmyadmin/8299/12

For OpenEMR versions 4.2.2 through 5.0.0

Integration into OpenEMR

Embedded phpMyAdmin was upgraded to 4.5.4.1(note this version requires PHP5.5+). This included:
  • Removal of previous phpmyadmin version:
  • Addition of stock phpMyAdmin 4.5.4.1 (All Language version).
  • Integration for phpMyAdmin 4.5.4.1 into OpenEMR
  • Another minor integration commit

For OpenEMR versions 4.1.3 through 4.2.2

Integration into OpenEMR

Embedded phpMyAdmin was upgraded to 4.2.5. This included:
  • Removal of previous phpmyadmin version:
  • Addition of stock phpMyAdmin 4.2.5 (All Language version).
  • Integration for phpMyAdmin 4.2.5 into OpenEMR

For OpenEMR version 4.1.2

Integration into OpenEMR

Embedded phpMyAdmin was upgraded to 4.0.4. This included:
  • Removal of previous phpmyadmin version:
  • Addition of stock phpMyAdmin 4.0.4 (All Language version).
  • Integration for phpMyAdmin 4.0.4 into OpenEMR

Security Patches

  • Goal is to keep this version updated by phpmyadmin security patches released here:
  • First security patch:
  • FROM (phpmyadmin codebase):
  • TO (openemr codebase):

For OpenEMR versions 3.1.0 - 4.1.1

The phpMyAdmin version (chose 2.x branch to ensure compatibility with php4/mysql4) has been upgraded and migrated to openemr/phpmyadmin. The customizations involved to embed phpMyAdmin involved creating a custom openemr/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php file and modifying several files (openemr/phpmyadmin/libraries/session.inc.php and openemr/phpmyadmin/libraries/common.inc.php) to ensure the sessions of phpMyAdmin and OpenEMR do not conflict. Note that the session name in openemr/interface/globals.php and openemr/phpmyadmin/libraries/session.inc.php need to be identical (this has been documented in the globals.php file for users whom want to change the session names). phpMyAdmin was imported into the cvs code with PHPMYADMIN tags to allow simple upgrading in the cvs to new phpMyAdmin versions in future via cvs import and merge.
  • Upgraded OpenEMR 4.0 to phpMyAdmin 2.11.10 via cvs import command (very easy) (4/22/2010)

For OpenEMR versions 3.0.1 and below

The embedded phpMyAdmin can be found at openemr/interface/main/myadmin.