dBworx v3.8      

Size:   1.26MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2006-09-26

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OS:  Win 9x/ME/2K/NT/XP/7

Downloads:   45907

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

dBworx is a versatile database program -- simple yet easy to work with. Create your own files to keep track of almost any type of information.

Once you've defined the fields that make up your database file, you can use dBworx to add, edit, delete, sort, search and filter information. You can also import and export data to and from dBworx, making it easy to share information with other applications or put your database on the web.

dBworx can handle many different types of fields, including:

  • Alphanumeric
  • Numeric (with any number of decimal places)
  • Currency (for dollar amounts)
  • Current Date
  • Current Time
  • Auto-increment
  • Formula (for calculated field values)
  • Memo (for large amounts of text)
  • Graphic (combine lines, shapes, images & text to create drawings)
  • External (for graphics, spreadsheets, etc.)
  • Lookup (to select a value from a list)
  • Relational (to access another dBworx database)
dBworx has also been designed to make using the program as easy as possible. Every effort has been made to avoid complex operations and keep basic functions simple and easy to understand.

dBworx features include:

  • Quick and easy database design (creating a new file can be as easy as supplying the heading for each field in the file);
  • Up to fifty fields per database record;
  • Ability to search, sort and filter database records;
  • Import and export data to and from other applications;
  • Print reports, mailing labels, pie charts and documents;
  • Turn your dBworx table into a web page and preview it with the built-in browser;
  • Interface to JustBASIC (freeware programming language);
  • Help file, examples and tutorial included;
  • AND dBworx fits on a single diskette!


Reviewer: -A K

Review Date: 2011-11-09

Pros: It works. But Excel is equally as good.

Cons: Very poor support; Virtually no graphic or interface; a poor cousin to Access.

Other Thoughts: It's a shame the developers didn't look at other relational databases and incorporate some of their ideas. On the other hand, it's free.


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