picYear / Release Date: 2016 Version: 12 Developer: SAP Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit Interface language: English Tabletka: present System requirements: Microsoft Windows Vista / 7/8/10, as well as Windows Server 2008/2012/2016/2019 (32 or 64 bit)


Extended Systems' Advantage Database Server (ADS) is a product of considerable interest to companies still running programs that store information in dBase or Paradox tables. These can be programs made using Clipper, dBase, FoxPro, or using more modern development tools (for example, Borland Delphi). Technically, ADS is a database server that makes requests from client programs. This server is software that, while operating user requests, can perform both data conversion stored in files of its own special format, and dBase files (with Clipper or FoxPro indexes), in which data was stored by many applications of ten years ago. The server software in many cases allows not to upgrade programs that suit the company, but also enjoy the standard advantages of the client-server architecture, such as centralized processing of requests, control of referential integrity, the ability to execute transactions, as well as higher performance and scalability than in in the case of applications based on the use of file servers. Add. Information: In addition to the database itself under Windows 32 bit and 64 bit, the distribution contains:
  1. Advantage Client Engine SDK (Windows 32/64)
  2. ODBC Driver (Windows 32/64)
  3. OLE DB Driver (Windows 32/64)
  4. Web Platform
  5. Visual Objects
  6. Advantage Data Architect - a tool for developing database structure and SQL queries
  7. Client libraries for ADO.NET (for Microsoft .NET versions 1.0 to 4.5), Crystal Reports, Delphi, Java, Perl, PHP
Treatment procedure: After installing the Advantage Database Server, stop the database service. Go to the C: \ Program Files \ Advantage 12.0 \ Server folder and run ADSstamp.exe.
  1. Enter Serial Number 555555555
  2. Enter Validation Code - AHNAY
  3. Leave Replication Code blank download

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