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1) From: Pat Sklenar
peter wrote:
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Another option for any developers out there ... SQL Server 2005 Express 
Edition.  It's free and freely redistributable.
   http://www.microsoft.com/sql/editions/express/default.mspxOf course it only runs on Windows, so it doesn't help the MAC community, 
but it IS free and it is a far more reliable DBMS engine than the JET 
engine under Access.
Just offering options ...
pat----

2) From: Pat Sklenar
never mind.  i saw more postings after i sent this and now understand 
the issue isn't the backend, but the GUI and app code itself.
I've got nothing. :(
pat----
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3) From: Terry Stockdale
At 07:53 AM 11/19/2007, you wrote:
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If you've got a Windows-based PDA or a PalmOS-based PDA, there's a 
great little database application that I use called HandBase.  The 
"Professional" version includes the screen-design tool, which can 
easily design on the PDA.  You _can_ design on the Windows app also, 
but I didn't like that.
Anyway, my database applet (which runs inside of HandBase) on Windows 
or PalmOS PDAs is free for the asking.  Take a look at it here:http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffee/coffee_beans_pda.php--
Terry Stockdale -- Baton Rouge, LA
My Coffee Pages:http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffeeMy computer tips site and newsletters: http://www.terryscomputertips.com

4) From: Stephen Carey
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Terry, nicely done.  Easy to get to, quick entry, at your 
fingertips.  I need to look at this in depth and see about using it 
and my Palm T3 - which should work on it.
Stephen
At 09:40 PM 11/20/2007, you wrote:
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Terry, nicely done.  Easy to get to, quick entry, at
your fingertips.  I need to look at this in depth and see about
using it and my Palm T3 - which should work on it.
Stephen
At 09:40 PM 11/20/2007, you wrote:
At 07:53 AM 11/19/2007, you
wrote:
never mind.  i saw more
postings after i sent this and now understand the issue isn't the
backend, but the GUI and app code itself.
I've got nothing. :(
pat----
If you've got a Windows-based PDA or a PalmOS-based PDA, there's a great
little database application that I use called HandBase.  The
"Professional" version includes the screen-design tool, which
can easily design on the PDA.  You _can_ design on the Windows app
also, but I didn't like that.
Anyway, my database applet (which runs inside of HandBase) on Windows or
PalmOS PDAs is free for the asking.  Take a look at it here:
http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffee/coffee_beans_pda.php--
Terry Stockdale -- Baton Rouge, LA
My Coffee Pages:
http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffeeMy computer tips site and newsletters:
http://www.terryscomputertips.com
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5) From: Patrick R. Sklenar
Terry Stockdale wrote:
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Terry,
    Thank you, I've got to check that out!  I've *just* got my first WM6 
PDA (Samsung SCH-i760).  Definitely need to check this out!
    pat----

6) From: Terry Stockdale
At 05:13 AM 11/21/2007, Pat Sklenar wrote:
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Whenever you're ready, drop me a line.  I've had a couple list 
members get a copy of my Coffee Beans database applet today.
Reminder, my database applet is not standalone - it runs within the 
commercial product HandBase (www.handbase.com), which is also 
available in a Windows Mobile version of HandBase.  I didn't mention 
the price of HandBase Professional -- it's only $40.  HandBase is not 
my product, I don't sell it or get any commission on it -- I just 
like it and use it.
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Terry Stockdale -- Baton Rouge, LA
My Coffee Pages:http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffeeMy computer tips site and newsletters: http://www.terryscomputertips.com


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