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Here Database applications were reverse engineered in order to facilitate the embedded SQL statements.
Alpha Software Inc., headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, has been creating relational database applications renowned for their ease-of-use for more than 20 years.
Pendragon Forms Enterprise Edition enables users to create and deploy a mobile database application without an expensive software development process.
Database Application Development course is typically built around the Oracle database management system and involves creating database tables, views, sequences, triggers, functions, procedures, and packages.
The information can also be easily imported to database applications such as Excel or Access.
There are several database applications that support internal data security.
As an alternative, however, they can automate the use tax accrual process, by using spreadsheet or database applications that calculate tax based on a data extract from their financial accounting system.
Fortunately, most database applications allow you to set up push-button menus that make even the most difficult tasks easy to complete.
Report Mailer--integrates database applications and email and sends personalized mass e-mail pdf files to customers.
The book, written by Anne Prince, offers the user rapid progress as they learn how to - amongst other things - develop GUIs, work with XML, develop database applications with ADO.NET and learn to use the .NET classes.
I have 64 programs on a HandSpring with 16MB, including a word processor, spreadsheet, and database applications along with dozens of small apps and games.
The new World Wide Web-based educational database applications are preparing to use the concepts of self-assembly to treat digital media paths as a new form of texts and courses in education.
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