Learn more about Sesame Database ManagerI've really enjoyed my past few weekends with a giant cup of coffee and the Lantican "by my side" (via this forum) while I work on my new database. Thanks for all the great assistance!
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.
Sesame will work the same on both Windows™ and Linux
You don't have to commit all your resources to a single platform. Sesame is right at home in both Windows and Linux. People on Windows workstations use Sesame with the same ease and get the same results as those on Linux. You don't even need different versions of Sesame for your workstations and server. Your copy of Sesame can run standalone on a single computer, serve other Sesame users, or connect to a Sesame server simply by the way you start the program. [READ MORE...]
Mix and match Windows™ and Linux systems
Combining powerful client-server technology with seamless cross-platform capability, Sesame gives you the flexibility to make the best choice of operating systems for your workstations, network servers and web servers. Sesame clients running on Microsoft Windows™ can connect to a Sesame server running on Linux, and vice-versa. TCP/IP-based networking lets you connect to a Sesame server across the Internet as easily as across your own local network. [READ MORE...]
Learn more about Sesame Database ManagerIt's indeed an eye opener as to what can be done with Sesame. Thank you very much for taking time to show me the possibilities. All that can be done in Q&A, one can accomplish that in Sesame using programming codes. I only hope to learn them fast and use them. Compared to codes, keys recording macro is little archaic, inefficient and error-prone. Well, I have spent 14 years with Q&A to get where I am with my system. I hope to get a lot further with Sesame in considerable less time.
Bharat Naik, MD Director - Bronzeville Medical Center