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Powerful Wizard to Syncronize Databases dbQwikSyncPro 1.2 dbQwikSync Pro Moves and Converts Databases using a simple wizard interface. Connect to two databases and move tables and data between them. Supports connecting to databases of different types. Creates tables and indexes on the fly you can move just tables structures, just data or both. You can sync tables of un-like structures using column mapping. You can also prepare SQL scripts by running in off-line mode.

Why Have A Trial Version? I downloaded your dbQwikSyncPro to see if it would meet my my needs and much to my dismay nothing worked - everytime I tried to do something I'd get a message that this feature or that was not available. So, how was I going to make a proper assessment.I eneded up purchasing a suite of tools from Intelligent Convertors after using their trial versions, worked great, bought it, it met my needs.A trial version is no good if it isn't functional.





Sync tables between databases dbQwikSync PRO 1.3 Powerful easy to use tool syncs data and tables between databases. Converts between different database types Move from MS SQL, MS SQL Sever Express, MS Access, MySQL, Excel, Paradox, Foxpro, DBase to mySQL, MS SQL, MS SQL Express or MS Access. Creates table and indexes automatically. You can clone and design new tables. Maps columns of unlike tables. Imports/Exports SQL Scripts, XML, Excel, CSV and HTML. Reports on table schema.

Seems to be OK Well I too was frustrated that the trial version basically did not let me test the sync. The implication is that it should let you test the sync on one file only but I could not get that to work. So I decided to take the chance and pay the money for the full Pro version.The scary thing then is that in order to sync you have to select the option that says "Create table and move data". The 'move data' was worried me in case it did actually move rather than copy the data. But I chanced it ...

Missing File Format There does not seem to be support for access 2007 accdb file format.

Trial version My expectations were very high but after installing the trial version I noticed that the functionality sync that I wanted to try was not available.



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