Lantica Software LLC.
  Learn more about Sesame Database Manager
I have found that Sesame makes it effortless to maintain these subform links. First the natural link method does it all for you. You just enter the data in the subform save the record and low and behold every time you retrieve the record in the main form the subrecord data is retrieved at the same time. I am able to use them and I am not a computer guru, I am just like many of us out here, just trying to find how we can best utilize Sesame for our own jobs and businesses.
  Robert Scott
-
 

Schedule Your Free Live Demo
Click here!
 
Home
My Account
Order Sesame
Getting Started
Products
Support
Contact Us
Company
Downloads
Q&A™
 
Follow LanticaSoftware on Twitter
 
 


Sesame Database Manager is compatible with Symantec Q&A. Q & A users will find that Sesame uses many of the same keystrokes, the same search syntax, and almost the same programming syntax as used in a Q&A database. Sesame can also translate Q&A databases. Find out more.


Inside Sesame - The Monthly Newsletter for Sesame Database Manager
Read a FREE issue!

 

Return to Press Area

Contact Information
Lantica Software, LLC
PO Box 27
Penn's Park, PA 18940
Phone: (800) 410-6315
Attn: William Halpern - CEO
whalpern@lantica.com

Febuary 15, 2005 - Training Workshops Announced for Sesame Database Manager

Lantica Software, makers of Sesame Database Manager 1.1, today announced that Hammer Data Systems, LLC, a consulting company owned by the lead developers of Sesame, will hold a series of Sesame training seminars and workshops at their facility in Northeast Ohio beginning in May 2005. The training sessions, which will be kept small, range from one-day workshops to multi-day comprehensive courses on advanced concepts.

The courses cover a wide range of topics including application design, programming techniques, setup and daily use, integration with other popular programs, and translating Symantec Q&A databases.

As the main developers of Sesame, Erika Yoxall and Mark Lasersohn, the owners of Hammer Data Systems have a unique ability to provide students with insight into and in-depth knowledge of Sesame. "We're looking forward to holding these classes," said Yoxall, "People are already doing such interesting and exciting things with Sesame. We hope the workshops and seminars will help them to grab hold of the reins and really make the most of their applications."

Hammer Data Systems is currently surveying to finalize the course content and scheduling. Potential attendees can participate in the survey at http://www.hammerdata.com/survey.html.

# # # # # # #

  Learn more about Sesame Database Manager
Many of my programming dilemmas were overcome with help from the support of people on this forum. I have also found that I have learned tons by reading over the programming examples that have been posted.
  Robert Scott
-