OpenBase SQL

OpenBase SQL 10.0.11

Powerful and intuitive SQL database for multiuser applications

If you're working with SQL then one of the most important things is high speed access and OpenBase SQL is a database server application that provides high-speed access to structured data. View full description

PROS

  • Very quick - no database waiting times
  • Very easy to learn and pickup

CONS

  • Not many advanced options for experienced administrators
  • Supports PHP4

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If you're working with SQL then one of the most important things is high speed access and OpenBase SQL is a database server application that provides high-speed access to structured data.

If you're new to SQL then OpenBaseSQL is a good starter. SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is basically the mechanism by which client applications are able to communicate requests to a server that manages the data for the client. SQL has been widely adapted because it lowers the network communication requirements between applications and databases.

However, although SQL databases have the SQL language in common, they can differ in very important ways. OpenBase SQL offers considerable power via Multi-threaded design processes requests simultaneously so there's not much hanging around. OpenBase SQL also comes ready made with a range of other essential tools that many SQL packages don't such as server-based support for Java stored procedures, e-commerce functions, synchronization and clustering and support for PHP, Perl and Cocoa. OpenBase SQL is generally, much less intimidating than most SQL applications and the developers have clearly designed OpenBase SQL with newbies in mind. That said, if you have no SQl knowledge, you'll still struggle to know where to start with OpenBase SQL.

If you run a small business and are intimidated by database and SQL administration, you OpenBase SQL makes it refreshingly easy.

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OpenBase SQL 10.0.11

— User reviews — about OpenBase SQL

  • HeavyDuty

    by HeavyDuty

    "Try other databases"

    Not 64 bit without 'support' contract' Doesn't support platforms listed on web site. Vendor won't fix bugs without a sup... More.

    reviewed on February 19, 2011