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Re: [libreoffice-users] definition of flat/relational database


On 2013-03-05 20:12, Wolfgang Keller wrote:>> I am still waiting for a
database program that will allow
>> me to create applications (not pieces of applications, like queries
>> and forms) without having to learn C (this old dog is not going to
>> learn that new trick!).
>
> If LO Base is not enough for you because you need more application
> logic, then there are two VFP developers who have implemented their own
> successor to VFP. Cross-platform, open-source, free. It's called Dabo
> (www.dabodev.com) and it uses Python as the programming language. If
> you've ever learned any programming language, learning Python will be a
> no-brainer.
>
> There are a couple of other database application development frameworks
> for Python (even LO Base can be scripted with Python, although that's
> one of the best kept secrets of LO), but Dabo has been specifically
> made by (ex-)VFP developers for (ex-)VFP developers.

Didn't know about this one yet! Thanks for the info. I''l take a look at it.

Sometime ago I had some success with Glom (www.glom.org). Maybe it meets
the needs of the other posters.

Grx HdV




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Re: [libreoffice-users] definition of flat/relational databaseWolfgang Keller <feliphil@gmx.net>
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Re: [libreoffice-users] definition of flat/relational databaseMark Stanton <mark@vowleyfarm.co.uk>
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