AutoMe is a reliable and user-friendly windows automation software and macro recorder with task scheduler, color checker. AutoMe is very easy to use, you can record robot, and run it as many time as needed. No programing needed.
Asoftech Automation records all operation of mouse and keystrokes and saves them as macros. It can play back the recorded macros to automate recorded tasks any number of times.It is very easy to use and doesn't require any programming experience.
PowerDIFF for Oracle is a powerful and easy to use schema comparisontool for Oracle databases. It allows both visual comparisons and diff-and-merge operations. Output is done visually or as SQL difference script. Prices range from 290 to 490 EUR.
Save MS Access tables as text or CSV files. In the resulting text file, each field (column) is separated by a comma or other specified character(s). Each row is separated by a new line. Specify which fields to save. Access 2000 or higher required.
Handy shell for DBF converters allows you to convert dbf files to csv, sql, xml, xls, mdb, pdb, html, excel, access formats and vise versa. It displays commandline parameetrs in WYSIWYG mode and transfers them to the selected converter.
Lean SAGE is a collection of linked files in MS Excel 2007 format. It assimilates all responses (as desired by the Administrator), and performs all calculations, generates all charts, and presents results of analysis and interpretation.
MSSQL to Postgre Converter is a most accurate MSSQL to Postgre Converter to convert the whole database or any of its parts. It supports different data types. MSSQL to Postgre Converter can be handled via user-friendly GUI or commandline
The CDBFlite program allows users to work with .DBF filesformat from command line. You can carry out various actions, which don't requires presence of the man in a batch mode. CDBFlite program can be applied on WEB-server.
Periodically backup any set of Accessfiles to a specified folder. Backups can occur every 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, etc. This application sits in the system tray, at the bottom right corner of the screen.