DBForms from MS Access to ASP.NET + MS SQL is an application to convert Microsoft Access databases (.mdb files) to MS SQL database and MS Access Forms to .aspx web pages with AJAX technology support. Now you can easily convert forms and their elements to ASP.NET WEB pages, filling form fields with data from the fields of your Access tables. During conversion elements position, color palette and fields type are saved. With DBForms you have an opportunity to upload your generated forms directly on FTP or save .aspx files in a local folder on your computer for future uploading.
DBForms from MS Access to ASP.NET + MS SQL supports Unicode that allows you to make language special symbols displayed correctly. The program gives an opportunity for partial selection of database objects that will be converted. The software performs converting of Primary keys and Indexes. There is an ability to save data to SQL dump file that allows you to get over the access restrictions to MS SQL server if any. Sessions support allows you to save all your settings and restore them afterwards.
You can organize application work using functional IIS which supports ASP.NET scripts running and is connected properly to MS SQL server. User-friendly interface is the result of the combined efforts of our best specialists in software usability and Graphic User Interface design. Work with the converter is specially divided into several stages so the most complex issues of the conversion are broken into manageable parts. All necessary help documentation is provided with the software.
When using this software, you will get the whole range of benefits: fast conversion, excellent performance, real pleasure to work with.
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Supported OS: Windows NT, 2K, XP, 2003, Vista, Vista64, 7
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I want to know about RSS Feed that read from Ms. Access.
It means Asp.Net in code VB show on the browser. but when We right click on that page show as XML file ... it is called RSS Feed .. Can u help me with that point?dara than Rated 2 out of 5 stars on 2012-08-01 22:05:43
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