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AccessPlus for Palm OS
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 19:43. | Tags Filed under: Software.


AccessPlus for Palm OS
AccessPlus is a relational database management application designed for use on Palm OS devices. With AccessPlus, you can create and manage various databases, and query different data records. It helps users to track and manage a large amount of data. AccessPlus also allows users to synchronize user data directly with Microsoft Access.

Major Features of AccessPlus:

  • AccessPlus allows you to create your own databases, tables, fields, and records. The following database operations are supported: categorization, open, copy, search, add, delete, edit, beam.
  • AccessPlus allows you to create multiple tables within each database. The following table operations are supported: categorization, open, add, delete, edit.
  • AccessPlus supports the following field types: Int16, UInt16, Int32, UInt32, Float, Date, Time, DateTime, Text, Memo, Icon, Primary Key, Checkbox, List, BLOB (binary large object), Image, Calculation, Conditional, Join.
  • AccessPlus allows you to view all or some of the records in each table. It allows you to define multiple queries to select desired records for display. Sorting of the search result is also supported. Each query can be defined using a SQL statement or by using a query editor.
  • AccessPlus allows you to add, view, and edit each record. You can sort, view and edit each field in the table. You can also use the title bar to drag and adjust the width of each column, to change sort direction, or to customize column content. Both horizontal and vertical slider bar are supported for easy viewing for large tables.
  • AccessPlus supports relational design: One table can be joined to another to display related information. This is supported using Database Join fields.
  • AccessPlus supports Expression and Conditional Expression fields for simple calculation using record values or constants.
  • AccessPlus provides user-friendly screens to reduce graffiti entry to a minimum: Date Selector, Time Selector, Expression Builder, Query Designer, Table Designer, Record Editor and more.
  • AccessPlus provides password protection to secure sensitive data.
  • AccessPlus supports two-way synchronization with Microsoft Access. Support for other ODBC and SQL data sources will be added in the future.
  • AccessPlus supports storing the databases in both internal memory and external VFS cards.
  • AccessPlus supports Palm and Sony high-density displays and high-resolution fonts and bitmaps. AccessPlus supports Dynamic Input Area and landscape and portrait display modes used by Palm Tungsten T3 and Sony Clie UX40/UX50.



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