Exportizer Pro is a database export tool. It allows you to export data to a database, file, clipboard, or printer. Exportizer Pro works with databases via ADO, BDE, or Interbase / Firebird. It can open ODBC data sources, files from DB, DBF, MDB, ACCDB, XLS, XLSM, XLSB, GDB, IB, FDB, HTML, UDL, DBC, TXT, CSV types, and databases specified by ADO connection strings. Data can be exported to multiple file formats like text, CSV, XLS, RTF, XML, HTML, DBF, SQL script, and any relational database of any type supported by ADO or BDE. For example, it is possible to perform such popular database conversions as dbf to txt, txt to xls, dbf to csv, txt to dbf, access to html, excel to access, interbase to mysql, and much more.
It is possible to export all or selected database files from a folder or all or selected tables from a database at once.
Exportizer Pro can automatically detect most known image types (JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, ICO) in BLOB fields and export them, for example, to HTML. During the export, you can convert BLOB images to another image format.
Many export options provide full control over output. There is an ability to specify source-to-target field mappings.
Export operations can be performed either via the program interface or via a command line with a large number of parameters. You can easily generate the required command line directly from the GUI.
1. Install the software.
2. Do not run the software, and close it when it is placed next to the clock.
3. Copy the contents of the Patch folder to the software installation location and execute Patch.exe file and perform the Patch operation. (Note that if you use Windows 7, 8, or 10, you need to right-click on the Patch.exe file and select Run as administrator, so that the patch works properly)
4. Software Run.
* Software installation location: The installation location folder is usually located in the Windows drive and within the Program Files folder. You can also find the installation location in this way:
– In Windows XP: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click Properties, and then click Find Target.
– In Windows 7: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option.
– In Windows 8: After installation, right-click on the Shortcut on the Start Screen and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the shortcut of the software and click Open file location click.
– On Windows 10: After installation, right-click Shortcut on the Start menu and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the Shortcut software and click on the Open file location button. do.
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