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12.1.1) What are some royalty-free databases available for the Macintosh? (Third-Party Solutions - Mac Programming)




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This article is from the Mac Programming FAQ, by Jon Watte h+@austin.metrowerks.com with numerous contributions by others.

12.1.1) What are some royalty-free databases available for the Macintosh? (Third-Party Solutions - Mac Programming)

These are commercial with no run-time licenses:

- Prograph CPX comes with a database that can do indexes and tables.
<sales@prograph.com>

- CXBase Pro is an engine that comes with source, does tables and indexes
in one compound file. <tse.int@applelink.apple.com>

- dtF is a relational database library. <DTF.AMERICA@applelink.apple.com>

NeoAccess is an object-oriented database, where you can store objects and
retrieve by field value; it handles inheritance as well. Comes as a
demo on the CodeWarrior CD with an unlockable archive of the real thing.

 

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