Accessible and reliable software application that allows you to easily generate unlimited databases with unlimited tables, fields and rows.
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Van Loo Software
Considering that they allow you to carry out complex queries, data can be stored only once and they make it simple to delete or edit details, it does not come as a surprise that relational databases are preferred over their flat counterparts. As a matter of fact, the intuitive management would allow you to manage multiple databases from different sources just as smoothly, provided that you have the right tool for the task.
MonoBase is an application that enables you to create databases that feature as many rows, fields and tables required to accommodate your data.
Clean looks and straightforward functionality
After a quick setup, you can start using the application right away without any further configuration. On a side note, it is recommended that you run the app as administrator so you can avoid potential database access restrictions. While outdated and rugged, the interface is well-structured as a dashboard that provides you with quick and more convenient access to the primary functions.
The tabs are representative for the tasks you can perform via the app and hence, you can create, edit and delete tables or databases. In case you want to add new elements in the database, then you need to abide by the rules applicable to all relational databases.
It works with all ODBC compatible databases
It is worth mentioning that the program is consistent with any ODBC database and the idea behind it is to provide you with a user-friendly interface for easier management. Consequentially, you can effortlessly manage CSV, XML, Access, Oracle, SQL, IBM Dbs or Visual FoxPro, just to name a few from the same location.
Since these databases are quite large and you might need only certain pieces of data, the app includes various functions that can simplify your task, namely advanced search function, custom queries, reports as well as 2D and 3D charting, for instance.
A handy tool for managing multiple relational databases
All in all, if you need to manipulate large databases that are continually expanding and generate custom reports for different departments of your company, then perhaps MonoBase might be worth a try.