There are 21 other file types using
the DBF file extension!
.dbf - ArcView shapefile attribute table file
.dbf - CLIPPER database file
.dbf - Arago database file
.dbf - AbacusLaw data file
.dbf - dBFast database file
.dbf - Visual FoxPro database table file
.dbf - Wordtech database file
.dbf - xBase database file
.dbf - Act! main database
.dbf - dBASE III/IV database file
.dbf - Oracle Database 8 tablespace file
.dbf - Alpha Five table data file
.dbf - iAnywhere database file
.dbf - JetForm FormFlow data file
.dbf - NovaBACKUP backup database file
.dbf - The Network Diary database file
.dbf - Palm Zire photo database file
.dbf - Psion Series 3 database file
.dbf - NovaLogic game dialog binary format
.dbf - ACDSee thumbnail cache file
.dbf - FLAMES Recorder output file
DBF file extension - Common database file
What is dbf file? How to open dbf files?
File type specification:
The dbf file extension is traditionally used for database file by many database applications. The original program, which used the DBF file extension for its database, was dBAse.
dBase was the first widely used database management system (DBMS) for microcomputers, published by Ashton-Tate for CP/M, and later on the Apple II, Apple Macintosh, UNIX, VMS, and IBM PC under DOS where it became one of the best-selling software titles for a number of years. dBase was slow to transition successfully to Microsoft Windows and gradually lost market share to competitors such as Paradox, Clipper, FoxPro, and Microsoft Access. Ashton-Tate was bought by Borland in 1991, which sold the rights to the product line in 1999 to the newly-formed dBase Inc. In 2004, dBase Inc. changed its name to dataBased Intelligence, Inc.
Starting in the mid 1980s many other companies produced their own dialects or variations on the product and language. These included FoxPro (now Visual FoxPro), Arago, Force, dbFast, dbXL, Quicksilver, Clipper, Xbase++, FlagShip, Recital, CodeBase, MultiBase and Harbour/xHarbour. Together these are informally referred to as xBase.
A major legacy of dBase is its dbf file format, which has been adopted in a number of other applications. For example, the shapefile format developed by ESRI for spatial data in a geographic information system uses .dbf files to store feature attribute data.
The default software associated to dbf file type:
Company or developer:
dataBased Intelligence, Inc.
dBASE is widely used database management system (DBMS). dBASE has own programming language and supports many database formats. dBASE supports many platforms, such as Apple Mac, Microsoft Windows, Unix, MS-DOS, CP/M, Apple II etc..
List of software applications associated to the .dbf file extension
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that can be done with the file: like open dbf file, edit dbf file, convert dbf file, view dbf file, play dbf file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
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- Open dbf file
- Save dbf file
- Edit dbf file
- View dbf file
- Convert dbf file
- Import dbf file
- Export dbf file
- Extract dbf file
- Recover dbf file
- Others dbf file
Software that open dbf file - Common database file
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