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FoxyDB

FoxyDB

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Hi, i'm asking about if anyone know the FoxyDB tool, it seem than could be a good choice to work with MySql, Firebird ...

RE: FoxyDB

I haven't used FoxyDB myself, but I have read the documentation (which is obviously not as good as hands-on experience). If I've understood it right, it is database-specific. The current version works with MySql, MariaDB and FireBird. Support for PostgreSQL and SQL Server will come "in the future" (en el futuro).

Essentially, it provides an object-oriented wrapper for VFP's SQL pass-through. It has the same capabilities as SQLEXEC() and related functions, but it does so through properties and methods of a database object.

Whether that suits your way of working or not is something you would have to decide for yourself. Why not download it and try it out on a simple project?

Sorry I can't give you any hard information. Maybe others here have some experience with it.

Mike
P.S. The only documentation I found was in Spanish. I assume that won't be a problem for you?

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