Read and write to your desktop databases without any programming changes. Quickest and easiest way to go paperless. Synchronize data using Internet on device(3G/4G/Wi-Fi). Features:Databases Supported:Microsoft Access 97/2000/2003/2007/2010, Microsoft Excel 97/2000/2003/2007/2010, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, FileMaker Pro, DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, FoxPro, dBase, R:BASE and any ODBC Compliant DatabaseForm Designing:Supported Forms. Design form on desktop using Label, Text Field, Buttons, Checkbox, Radio buttons, Combo box, Page, Formula, Location Image/Signature control.Supports Sub forms, Design a master/detail form, or a parent/child form using sub form. Create form in Portrait/ Landscape mode. Import/Export form design. Supported Signature control.Synchronize image and signature data with desktop database. Supported Jpg, bmp and png image formats. Security: Data is not stored on any Intermediate Server.While synchronization data is AES encrypted and compressed.Data is more secured as it is transfer through SSL.Password protection supported for device side application.Additional Features:Instant Synchronization.Support Time/Stamp feature to find when user update particular record.Support QR Code (Bar code) Scanning.Supports Unicode language database such as Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Russian etc.Download and install Desktop component on your Windows based PC from the product page. For demo of multiuser server(Enterprise Edition),Please contact email@example.com
What's new in this version:
New Features: - Supported IsShowAllRecords property on Go To Form button action.- Supported horizontal and vertical text alignment property to ComboBox, Location and Formula control.- Supported location type Address in macro command Set Location. - Supported following macro commands, - GetTotalRecord - this command use for assign total number of records on main form or subform to specific control, column or global variable. - GetSelectedTabNo - this command use for assign forms current selected ...
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