View, edit and repair the DBF database files (including memo fields), create reports based on the database information, print database tables and export the data contained in them to a variety of formats without using the costly database packages.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
CDBF for Linux 2.99.02 CDBF is a powerful database viewer and editor that lets individuals and business users access databases directly without programming via the familiar Windows interface. This small and handy utility offers everything you need for working with database
DBF to SQL 2.45 The DBF to SQL program allows you to convert your dbf files to SQL script.
You can apply this script on any SQL server, so you can easily transfer your data to a new system.
Description: CDBF for Windows is a feature-rich console application designed for viewing and editing the DBF database files. CDBF for Windows features support for all kinds of memo fields (dBaseIII, dBaseIV, FoxPro and Visual FoxPro) and the ability to export data to a variety of formats (DBF, plain text, SQL server script, Clipper and FoxPro source file). The program can repair corrupt database file headers and a built-in hexadecimal editor can be used for editing them. Flexible system of keyboard shortcuts helps to save time usually spent on performing various routine and repeated tasks. Among other features is the ability to create new CDBF files and append information from various sources (including DBF and plain text files) to the existing ones, support for two character sets (ANSI and OEM), list of frequently used files, customizable field headers, search and replace functions and more.
DBF Tools for Windows 2.12 A powerful dbf viewer and dbf editor that allows home and business users to access databases directly using the familiar Windows interface. No programming skills needed! CDBF
CDBF for DOS 2.99.02 CDBF for DOS is a powerful database viewer and editor that lets individuals and business users access databases directly without programming via the text interface. The program can