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|DB-Aware Components > DB Access > BDE|
Restructure / Table Creation Toolkit v.1.15||SW
||12 Jan 1998
|By Reinhard Kalinke. Toolkit for restructuring and creating local databases (dBase and Paradox). Resizing, moving, chanching fieldtypes, altering indices, RI and valchecks with just a few lines of code. No more BatchMove hassle etc when you need to update table structures at your client's sites. Uses physical fieldtypes so dBase users can size nums and floats adequately. Very easy to use as it provides method to read and apply table definition files. If you are working with local tables, just check it out.|
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