Access Database Manager
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Platform, operating system: Apple macOS / Mac OS X
Developer: John Li
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Access Database Manager
Developer / company: John Li
Open Microsoft Access database on your Mac with Access Database Manager, you can view data easily with Filter, Sort, Paging, and export data or schema to other databases. With the In-App Purchase 'Edit Data' and 'DB Creator' you can even edit it directly on your Mac, create new databases and new tables.
Support Access Database Version:
Microsoft Access 2000
Microsoft Access 2002
Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Access 2007
Microsoft Access 2010
Microsoft Access 2013
Support mdb and accdb Microsoft Access database format.
View table data with paging list
10+ data view UI control (include Map, Date Time, Checkbox, Rating, Color, Dropdown, Multi-select ...)
Html View with customisable template, you can build beautiful reports with your template
Filter/Search table data on column
Sort table data by click on the column header
Choose tables to show and columns to show
Drag drop rearrange column order and change column width in main table
Sow cross table data value by ID ( use the Data Picker Setting )
Zoom data via change data font size
Open MDB(Jet) format Access Database
Open accdb format Access Database
Full screen support
Export table data to CSV format with many options
Export table data to Insert SQL, support access,mysql,sqlite,oracle,postgresql,sybase.
Export database schema (DDL), support access, mysql,sqlite,oracle,postgresql,sybase.
Big database support, tested on 300MB size database, table rows over 2 million
Works great with companion mobile app 'Access Database Manager' for iPhone and iPad
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