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What is Oracle-to-DBF software from Intelligent Converters, what is it used for and how to use it?
Oracle-to-DBF is a program to convert Oracle databases into FoxPro/DBase format.
Oracle-to-DBF is a program to convert Oracle databases into FoxPro/DBase .dbf format. Key features:
(1) All versions of Windows and Linux/Unix Oracle servers are supported;
(2) Oracle components installation is not necessary;
(3) Fast conversion engine (100MB Oracle database - in 5 minutes on average P-IV system);
(4) Support for multibyte character sets;
(5) Option to convert individual tables;
(6) Stores conversion settings into profile;
(7) Command line support;
(8) Easy-to-use wizard style interface;
(9) Full install/uninstall support;
(10) Unlimited 24/7 support service;
(11) 1-year subscription for updates
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Oracle-to-DBF is a software product developed by Intelligent Converters and it is listed in Programming category under Database. Oracle-to-DBF is licensed as Shareware which means that software product is provided as a free download to users but it may be limited in functionality or be time-limited.
You may need to pay at some moment to continue using product or to use all functionalities. You can run Oracle-to-DBF on all modern Windows OS operating systems. Oracle-to-DBF was last time updated on 11.06.2013 and it has 1,795 downloads on Download.hr portal. Download and install Oracle-to-DBF safely and without concerns.
Oracle-to-DBF Change info
(1) Store conversion settings into profile;
(2) Quick Launch feature
MS Access (ODBC is not required), Oracle client and networking components
Demo version converts only 5 records per table
Oracle-to-DBF user interface supports the following languages:
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