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 * ["mergeant"]: ["Frontend"] for database administrators and database application developers. Connections to any database supported by the Libgda library can be opened.
 * ["libgnomedb"]: Database Widget Library. These widgets are integrated with the latest versions of glade.
 * ["libgda"]: data abstraction layer. It can manage data stored in databases or XML files and it can be used by non-GNOME applications.
 * [[mergeant]]: [[Frontend]] for database administrators and database application developers. Connections to any database supported by the Libgda library can be opened.
 * [[libgnomedb]]: Database Widget Library. These widgets are integrated with the latest versions of glade.
 * [[libgda]]: data abstraction layer. It can manage data stored in databases or XML files and it can be used by non-GNOME applications.
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Database administration/user tool for GNOME, based on libgda/libgnomedb, which are a complete database-independent access layer for UNIX systems,It has support for PostgreSql, ["MySQL"], Sybase, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Interbase/Firebird, MS Access files, xBase. Database administration/user tool for GNOME, based on libgda/libgnomedb, which are a complete database-independent access layer for UNIX systems,It has support for PostgreSql, [[MySQL]], Sybase, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Interbase/Firebird, MS Access files, xBase.

DataBase


The GNOME-DB project aims to provide a free unified data access architecture to the DebianGnome project. GNOME-DB is useful for any application that accesses persistent data (not only databases, but data), since it now contains a pretty good data management API.

GNOME-DB consists of the following components:

  • ?mergeant: ?Frontend for database administrators and database application developers. Connections to any database supported by the Libgda library can be opened.

  • ?libgnomedb: Database Widget Library. These widgets are integrated with the latest versions of glade.

  • ?libgda: data abstraction layer. It can manage data stored in databases or XML files and it can be used by non-GNOME applications.

File types

Database administration/user tool for GNOME, based on libgda/libgnomedb, which are a complete database-independent access layer for UNIX systems,It has support for PostgreSql, ?MySQL, Sybase, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Interbase/Firebird, MS Access files, xBase.

See also: