table viewer - SQL - Rev
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Mon May 8 13:48:23 EDT 2006
Thanks for the memory jog. I have been working in OSX so long that I forgot
about Classic mode. I already have Filemaker Pro 4.1 from the old days....
double click on my backup drive System 9.2 folder and within a few seconds
>> Filemaker is waiting for me. I go to File:Open... choose the text file
and 'blink' .. I have the table!!
Just a few scripting commands & buttons away from the quick tool I need.
On 5/8/06 7:24 AM, "Geoff Canyon" <gcanyon at inspiredlogic.com> wrote:
> Jim Ault wrote:
>> I have used Access and Fox Pro on Windows, and use Excel on the Mac to view
>> tables of data from different sources where I can apply filtering and
>> sorting to find data errors/omissions in a table view.
>> Is there such a program for the Mac that can handle more than 65000 rows
>> (limit in Excel) for table viewing?
>> I am running OSX 10.4.6, and have not ventured in to the world of SQL yet.
>> The critical aspect at the moment is to view data from other sources to see
>> if it will be useful for a database structure. Simple filtering and sorting
>> are all that would be required.
>> Eventually all this would be handled in Rev + SQL, but I need to find the
>> right data, then build a data base solution.
> FileMaker 8 would likely be able to do this, depending on the connection
> type, etc. It can certainly handle more than 65,000 rows -- more like
> billions ;-)
> That said, it wouldn't be too hard to build something like this in Rev.
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