MDB Tool - For Microsoft Access at Mac App Store analyse

App power index: 180 (based on ranks around App Stores today)
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Developer: Hankinsoft Development Inc
Price: 0 free
Current version: 1.0.6, last update: 10 months ago
First release : 30 Apr 2012
App size: 1.63 Mb
4.0 ( 700 ratings )
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> 3.96k
Monthly downloads
~ $ 1.62k
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MDB Tool is the best resource for viewing Microsoft Access databases on a Mac. You can use it to export your data directly into SQL (for creating an SQLITE database) or directly to CSV and launch it into Excel.

Features:
+ Support for Unicode data.
+ Export options for both SQL & CSV.
+ Quick table view count.

Please note: Databases must be in the Access 2007 or below format.
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Available in countries
Country Price
Canada 8.49 CAD
China 40 CNY
France 6.99 EUR
Germany 6.99 EUR
Italy 6.99 EUR
Netherlands 6.99 EUR
Portugal 6.99 EUR
Spain 6.99 EUR
Poland 6.99 EUR
UK 5.99 GBP
India 499 INR
Japan 720 JPY
Poland 27.99 PLN
Russia 459 RUB
Turkey 24.99 TRY
USA 5.99 USD
Korea, Republic Of 6.59 USD
Ukraine 5.99 USD
Available for devices
MacDesktop,
Crashes on large databases

Tried to import a 1.2gb database. Program crashes when selecting the largest table within it. Program crashes when trying to export it to another format. What does it do well? Your guess is as good as mine...

Crash and cant read the mdb file.

I used this tool to read a mdv file. The software will show you the index of the tables but as soon as you want to read data it crash. I recommend to avoid it even if it looks cheap :)

Je me suis fait enflé

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Not recommended

It simply didnt work to me. It opens the .mdb file but when I click on large tables (+300 records) it crashes. For small tables it did not export the data. Not sure if I am not familiar with the software (what I dont think so), but there is another professional (and most expensive) option available on App Store.

Dont Buy IT!

I bought it, and it simply doesnt work at all. It didnt crash, but it simply doesnt open the tables. Completely useless.

Nice Tool

It is a nice tool and does what it claims to do, just a littel pitty, there are no options fpr customizing the sql export. So it is only possible to export for sqlite because table name is like [table], only recognized by sqlite, also it always prepends a DROP TABLE [TABLENAME]; , which will not wor on empty databases, so you will have to manually remove these statements. If these two points are fixed i will gladly give all 5 stars. In the end nevertheless i would like to recommend this App, considering the low price

instabil

die aktuelle Version funktioniert unter 10.8.2 nicht, ständige Abstürze, kein Export möglich, nur leere Files.

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