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Actual introduces Mac ODBC driver for Oracle databases
Actual Technologies has released a new product - an ODBC driver for connecting to Oracle databases from desktop applications such as MS Excel and FileMaker Pro.

The Actual ODBC Driver for Oracle offers unprecedented ease of use and compatibility. Everything a Mac OS X user needs to connect to an enterprise Oracle database is included in the installer - no additional client tools need to be installed. Like all Actual ODBC drivers, this one provides a setup assistant, on-line help, and diagnostic tools.

The driver is compatible with Oracle 7.3.4 or later - including Oracle 10g. Users can create FileMaker reports or use Excel to create pivot tables, charts, and graphs with data from their company's Oracle database.

The driver is available for download as an unlimited use, non-expiring evaluation version. Single user licenses are $30.

Actual Technologies announces Mac ODBC driver for MySQL and PostgreSQL
Actual Technologies has released a new product - a Mac ODBC driver for connecting to MySQL and PostgreSQL databases from desktop applications such as MS Excel and FileMaker Pro. The Actual ODBC Driver for Open Source Databases was written from scratch for Mac OS X, and is the first driver to combine MySQL and PostgreSQL connectivity in a single product.

The driver provides the ease of use and reliability Mac users are accustomed to. Like all Actual ODBC drivers, this one provides a setup assistant, on-line help, and diagnostic tools. Setting up a connection is hassle-free. Finally, you don't have to be a Unix expert to get connected to a MySQL or PostgreSQL database. Users can create FileMaker reports or use Excel to create pivot tables, charts, and graphs with data from their favorite open source database.

The driver is available for download as an unlimited use, non-expiring evaluation version. Single user licenses are $29.95.

Mac ODBC driver for OpenBase now available from Actual Technologies
Actual Technologies announces the immediate availability of the Actual ODBC Driver for OpenBase. The product allows a Macintosh OS X user to access OpenBase databases from applications such as Microsoft Excel, using queries to populate spreadsheets, charts and graphs with live data. The driver can also be used with FileMaker Pro to create reports using data imported from OpenBase databases.

The Actual ODBC Driver for OpenBase is a single integrated driver that installs easily and requires no complicated gateway or bridge solutions to be installed. The driver includes a data source setup assistant, on-line help and diagnostic tools to help users get connected to their databases quickly and easily.

"OpenBase is pleased to be working with Actual Technologies." says Scott Keith, CTO of OpenBase International. "Their drivers are clearly the best user experience we have seen for any ODBC technology. Plus, the drivers are written natively for OpenBase databases, providing awesome performance."

The Actual ODBC Driver for OpenBase is available for under $30 per license, with no minimum licensing requirements. A free evaluation copy is available for download.

Actual Technologies adds Sybase support to Mac OS X ODBC driver
Actual Technologies has released new version of the Actual ODBC Driver for SQL Server. In addition to allowing Mac OS X users to connect to Microsoft SQL Server databases, the driver now also supports connections to Sybase databases. The Sybase database can reside on a Mac or any other platform supported by Sybase - such as Linux, Solaris or Windows.

The new version also adds support for FileMaker Pro. Users can now use both FileMaker and Microsoft Excel to build queries for importing data from SQL Server and Sybase databases. This is an important step in our goal to help OS X users gain access to enterprise data, on equal standing with their Windows-using counterparts. The driver is available exclusively for the Mac and requires nothing to be installed on the server itself.

This version also improves support for international users. Text data can now be translated to either the ISO-8859-1 or MacRoman character sets. This means that characters such as accents, umlats, and tildes that are particular to non-English western European languages can now be displayed correctly in Excel and FileMaker documents.

The ODBC driver is available for $29.95 for a single user license. A free evaluation copy is available for download.

Actual introduces Mac ODBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server
Actual Technologies has launched Actual ODBC Driver for SQL Server, a new ODBC driver that lets Mac OS X users access MS SQL Server databases from applications such as Excel. It supports all types of SQL Server authentication and requires nothing to be installed on the server itself. It features an easy to use assistant that helps users quickly connect to their databases. The driver is available for Mac OS 10.2 or later for $29.95 per license. An evaluation copy is available for download.

 
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