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Software Specifications

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1.83 MB
License [?]:
$19.95 USD
Last Updated:
Databases and Networks Software
Operating System:
Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP Windows Server 2003
Additional Requirements:
VB6 Runtime, MDAC 2.5, IE 5.5
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Visual Open DB Review

" Generic data analysing application that allows you to query any data source. "

The Visual Open DB is a generic data analysing application that allows you to query any valid data source. It can be used by end users to perform data analysis and developers to interrogate database tables and views. The program can work with files of the following formats:
- Microsoft Access Database (*.mdb)
- Paradox Table (*.db)
- Visual FoxPro Database (*.dbc)
- Microsoft Excel (*.xls)
- DBase files (*.dbf)
- Microsoft Data Link file (*.udl)
- Text files (*.txt)
- Log files (*.log)
- CSV files (*.csv)
- Microsoft XML Rowset (*.xml)

The Visual Open DB connects to a valid data source via the Windows Data Link file (*.udl), using MDAC 2.5 or later. This enables you to access any ODBC or OLEDB compliant datasource. Visual Open DB has been developed predominately for the non technical user, it is not a front end for SQL. No knowledge of SQL is required, all actions are data driven point and click.


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