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StelsDBF - a JDBC driver for DBF files StelsDBF - fast DBF JDBC driver (dBase, XBase, Visual FoxPro) 5.2 StelsDBF is a DBF JDBC type 4 driver that allows to perform SQL queries and other JDBC operations on DBF files (dBase III/ IV/ V, xBase, Visual FoxPro). The driver is completely platform-independent and does not require installing additional client or server software to provide access to DBF files. It can be effectively used to create, process and export DBF databases in your Java applications.




StelsDBF - a JDBC driver for DBF files StelsDBF - fast DBF JDBC driver (dBase,XBase,FoxPro) 4.0 StelsDBF is a DBF JDBC type 4 driver that allows to perform SQL queries and other JDBC operations on DBF files (dBase III/ IV/ V, xBase, Visual FoxPro). The driver is completely platform-independent and does not require installing additional client or server software to provide access to DBF files. It can be effectively used to create, process and export DBF databases in your Java applications.

It doesn`t work for foxpro data type `double` All is good,but it doesn't work for foxpro data type 'double'





StelsMDB - a JDBC driver for MS Access files StelsMDB - fast MS Access JDBC driver 2.5 StelsMDB is a MDB JDBC type 4 driver that allows to perform SQL queries and other JDBC operations on Microsoft Access database files (MS Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 versions). The driver is completely platform-independent and does not require installing additional client or server software to provide access to MDB files. It can be effectively used to create, process and export Microsoft Access databases in your Java applications.

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Why the While I have not yet had time to test your driver, I can say without hesitation that it suffers from the same "Erector Set Mentality" in its packaging as every other Linux ODBC/JDBC driver I've encountered. Why should I have to manually revise my class path when installing your product when a simple installation script could do it automatically? For inspiration, take a look a Ubuntu's seamless installation of the "mdbdriver" application.



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