I'll just give one warning about editing: unless you write a GUI interface for every type of data you have , it's pretty tough to actually edit single entries. It gets really tedious to type out "UPDATE sometable SET somecol = 'something' WHERE uniquelyidentifyingcondition
" every time you find a typo.
You probably want a GUI for adding entries, too. But the initial inserts can be done with a bulk loader written in Perl. The bulk loading is the easiest part.
: web frameworks with a 'scaffolding' feature help immensely here.
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