Allows any application, including DOS apps and batch files, to easily run SQL queries using any ODBC data source, (Access, MySql, Oracle, Informix, ...) redirecting the output to the screen, an ascii file / table or a DBF table.
I'm using calls to ODBC4All from some software I've been developing.
We sometimes have to retrieve large amounts of data, like, hundreds of thousands of records, several database fields at at time, and it works great!
Thank you, also, for your fast support.
Very cool; that is one of the niftiest utilities I've seen in quite a while!
It makes it very easy to get data from an ODBC-capable back-end database into a DOS program, command-line application or batch file.
DosPrint allows you running DOS programs on modern Windows computers (64 bit too) and printing to Windows printers (including USB, GDI and PDF) by installing specialist third party programs specifically designed to solve these common DOS problems.
Print from DOS, Unix, Linux to Windows printers: USB, GDI, PDF, e-mail, network, IP, fax. Capture LPT1:-LPT9: & COM1:-COM9: and redirect the jobs, even to a printer physically connected to the captured port and w/out physical LPT/COM ports installed
Allows you to list all the opened windows (applications) on your Windows machine (including hidden and trayed) and to kill them by specifing PART of their titles. Works also as a command line utility and can be invoked by batch files. Freeware.
FileInMail automatically monitor disk folders for specified files. As soon as they appears, the files are archived on disk, even as ZIP, and forwarded via e-mail to one or more recipients through your own e-mail Client program or an SMTP server.