HiBase Group Launches DBF Viewer 2000 v4.45 – New version of dbf viewer and dbf editor
HiBase Group, a developer of tools for viewing and editing DBF files, today announces a new version of DBF Viewer 2000 v4.45 The adds exporting of statistical report. Also users will discover improved export of a DBF files to mysql.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
DBF Viewer has been designed as an alternative to expensive database creation packages. Offering a convenient interface and a comprehensive set of tools, the program lets users easily view and edit all types of DBF databases without having to buy originating programs like Clipper, dBase, FoxPro, Visual FoxPro, Visual dBase and others. The user can view the structure and content of a DBF file, add, delete, rename, edit data in a database, as well as edit memo fields in dBase III, dBase IV, FoxPro, VFP and dBase Level 7 format. To edit data, the program intelligently analyzes a database and dynamically creates visual dialogs based on the structure of a DBF database. This lets users make changes in much the same way as they would do it with native DBMS tools.
Based on the proprietary engine that has been optimized for high speed, DBF Viewer 2000 performs any action fast, be it opening a large database, a regular query, a duplicate cleanup, or data export to a different format, helping users to increase their everyday productivity and handle database related tasks much quicker than before.
In addition to the GUI interface, the program allows the user to perform actions on the database from command line, including import, export to csv, xml, xlsx, xls, html, sql and more.
A combination of powerful editing tools, highly intuitive interface and incredibly fast performance makes DBF Viewer 2000 an ideal tool for viewing and editing DBF files of any kind for a lot less money.
About HiBase Group
HiBase Group is a provider of software products for viewing, editing and recovery of DBF databases since 2002. Organizations and companies from around the world use HiBase Group solutions to automate time-consuming database maintenance tasks and improve business processes. For more information, visit http://www.dbf2002.com
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