dbQwikSync Moves Data to Your Web Server

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TheDevShop has just released dbQwikSync 1.0, a database migration assistant to help you move and refresh your web server databases.

dbQwikSync allows you to move your local database to your server with ease. You select your source database and target database. Choose the tables to move and dbQwikSync takes over, creating the required tables and moving data to your target server. For users that need to keep their web server database synchronized with their local database, you can also use dbQwikSync to refresh data on your server. dbQwikSync works equally well for networked servers as for web servers.

Two editions are available: dbQwikSync2MySQL targets MySQL database servers and dbQwikSync2MSSQL targets Microsoft® SQL Server databases. Your can move data from several PC formats including: Microsoft® Access, Excel, Paradox, Dbase, and FoxPro as well as Microsoft® SQL Server. dbQwikSync is able to create tables on the fly complete with indexes. Issues of data type conversions are simplified for you. dbQwikSync will automatically select the most appropriate compatible data types when creating the tables on your server. Other features include a table definition (schema) viewer for both local and remote table, and a data viewer, both of which are handy when making decisions about your data migration. You also have an option to create the tables on your server without moving any data. While you can run your job immediately, you can also save the move as a SQL commands file to run at a later time.

dbQwikSync runs under Windows NT4/2000/XP. A free download trial version allows you to test the program with a limit of 5 tables. You can download your free trial versions from TheDevShop’s on-line Store at: http://www.thedevshoponline.com A single user license of dbQwikSync sells for 29 USD.

dbQwikSync is produced by TheDevShop Ltd, 22/6 Emporium Tower, 622 Sukhumvit Rd. Bangkok 10110, Thailand. +66 (0)2 664-7252

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