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TDbf dBase Access v.6.20

DB-Aware Components > Direct DB Access > DBF

By Garlic software.

Freeware + source 24 Feb 2003

Description

TDbf is a TTable like component for single-user application. It allow you to use standard dBase files in your program without the need to install BDE. Author thinks, that this is the most advanced free software of this type available for Delphi. Allows the use of all dBase native type (character, numeric, logical, date, and memo). File format is compatible with Delphi Database Desktop.

Support index files for sorting and searching.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Size: 127kB

Platforms: CB3, CB4, CB5, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7

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