eXceedingly Simple Database Manager
Hassle-free management of multiple database formats, customary and convenient Windows Explorer-like interface, fast-paced operation and a bunch of pro features is what makes xBaseView Database Explorer a perfect solution both for newbie users and experienced database administrators.
While database administration is apparently not a bowl of cherries, this doesn’t mean database software must be awkward and unclear applications with a junky cumbersome interface inside. xBaseView is different. The genuinely simple interface is easy to master and to operate with, while the classical tree-like layout provides easy database manipulation including opening, viewing, editing, filtering or making a search.
xBaseView supports 25+ database formats in total, including MS Access, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Excel, Firebird, Foxpro, MySQL, Interbase and others. And by saying “supports” we do not mean it merely opens them, we mean fast and bug-free operation thanks to special algorithms. With xBaseView you can work with all major database formats as well as perform quick one-click conversion of one format to another.
xBaseView can nicely blend with Windows Explorer or Total Commander providing transparent and convenient work with databases just like they were ordinary files. You simply select a database file and hit Enter or double-click it to open xBaseView.
Editing a database or creating a new one with xBaseView Database Explorer is a work of a moment. But it if you need some pro functions, the application can execute SQL queries, create SQL filters and apply indexes, manage stored procedures and rearrange database structure, perform conditional search or do partial database export.
Looking for a one-stop yet simple database manager? Look no further, try xBaseView now!
Support Major Database Formats
The following database formats are supported: .dbf (VFP/FoxPro/dBase/Clipper), .dbc (Visual FoxPro), .db (Paradox), .mdb (Access), .myd (MySQL), .gdb (Interbase), .fdb (Firebird), .mdf (MS SQL Server), .xls (Excel), .csv (Text), .tab (Text), .htm (Text), .html (Text), .xml (CDS and ADO XML), .cds (Borland Client Data Set), .udl (ADO Universal Data Link), .dsn (ODBC Data Source Name), .bde (Borland DB Engine Aliases), .ib (Interbase XE), .accdb (Access 2007/2010), .xlsx (Excel 2007/2010), .xml (any XML), .db (SQLite), .db (SQLAnywhere), .udl (Oracle), .udl (PostgreSQL), .udl (Cache)
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