Bishkek, Czech Republic (PressExposure) September 26, 2011 -- DBForms from MS Access to PHP + MySQL v. 3.1.6 release!
DBForms from MS Access to PHP + MySQL is an efficient and helpful application which allows to convert MS Access databases and MS Access forms to PHP WEB-pages. Now you can easily convert the exact copy of MS Access forms (Single Forms, Continuous Forms, Datasheets), and form controls to PHP Web pages.
The tool converts MS Access tables to MySQL database and MS Access queries to MySQL views. MS Access queries to MySQL views conversion is the newly added feature. The release also includes INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE records feature and custom PHP coding. Update, Insert and Delete functionality in PHP WEB pages allows to manage MySQL database throughout web forms (front-end for MySQL db). Navigation buttons automatically integrated in each converted form make this functionality maximum close to Access forms.
You can add your own code to PHP forms and subform events with the help of Action Manager Library including ready-to-use functions. Action Manager Library is a collection of integrated functions users can apply for visual presentation and operational abilities of web form elements.
DBForms from MS Access to PHP + MySQL is the easy-to-use program as it was implemented like a common wizard-like application. Here is a short list of other useful features:
- Conversion of forms and all form controls, data source for web pages is MySQL tables;
- SELECT queries conversion support;
- Unicode Support/Connection character sets support;
- Primary keys and Indexes support;
- AJAX technology support;
- Savable sessions support;
- MS Access 2010 support;
- Ability to connect to MySQL database servers located on all Unix-like and Windows machines;
- Ability to place forms directly on FTP or save forms to a local folder for future uploading to web server.
When DBForms from MS Access to PHP + MySQL finished forms conversion with all settings configured correctly you can view resultant files through web browser. Enter the address you pointed at Servers settings stage and enjoy your forms view.
'Though, DBForms from MS Access to PHP + MySQL is not a firstly released product, we're going to pay close attention to it in the sequel as the application is in great demand,' said Dmitry Narizhnykh, the chief executive officer. 'And of course, we're not going to be satisfied with what we have already achieved. For example, in future product releases ActionManager in this DBForms tool will be optimized providing a conception to avoid creating ActionManager for each event handling. So we hope our effective tool can make life easy for PHP developers.'