Java-based application for translating property files.
This utility will convert CSV files to SQLite databases and vice-versa. To start the utility press the button ‘Convert’ and select the source file and destination directory.
Convert CSV to SQLite
The program will open the dialog where you can select the CSV file to convert. After clicking the ‘Convert’ button you can see the progress and result of conversion. The name of the converted database will be printed next to the ‘Database file’ field.
Once the conversion is finished you can browse the source file and search for new items. The new items will be shown in the results table and can be used in any application that can connect to SQLite databases.
Property file translator is a small utility that makes it easy to translate property files. It is a useful tool for all users of property files.
Search for files, folders, emails, images, videos, links, notes, and more. Search for text inside files and in emails. You can use wildcards such as * for any characters and? for any letters. If you use the CTRL key you can search for text in images and use? for every letter.
Using the context menu of the Property file translator, you can search for emails or mailboxes. The program will search the received mails to find any matching with the search string.
To export the items found in the search result table you can select the Export button. After the export has completed, the results will be stored in the specified directory.
The exported results can be imported back to the search results table, just click the Import button.
The program allows you to search for file names that match a regular expression, and replace the pattern with a new string.
The program also searches for the most recent version of files and folders in your computer or on an FTP server. The program will make a copy of the original file or folder and update it to the latest version in the specified directory.
Properties file translator Key Features:
Find or replace text in files, folders and email messages.
Search in files or email messages for regular expressions.
Search for file names that match a regular expression.
Search for the most recent version of files and folders.
Search for an old version of a file or folder in a specified directory.
Search for the file or folder name in a specific email address.
Open mails by using any of the email addresses eea19f52d2
Quick Data Viewer is a simple tool that has been created to view database contents. The program can be used to view data from databases that can be accessed by Microsoft SQL Server.
Quick Data Viewer also allows users to navigate through tables and view rows from databases. Quick Data Viewer allows users to view the columns from databases that can be accessed by Microsoft SQL Server. With the built-in column editor and drag and drop operations, users can manipulate the views of their database.
View data from databases that can be accessed by Microsoft SQL Server.
View columns from databases that can be accessed by Microsoft SQL Server.
Navigate through tables to view rows from databases.
Manipulate views of your databases.
Help file with documentation.
Important! To use the Quick Data Viewer, the user must have installed the Quick Data Viewer (QDV) tool in a location where the installed application is easily found. For example, the QDV tool can be installed in the following locations:
C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickDataViewer: This location contains the Quick Data Viewer’s files
C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickDataViewer\DataBaseConnections: This location contains a list of all database connections that QDV currently can connect to. The default database connection is the one that connects to the default database instance.
C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickDataViewer\DataBaseConnections\[Database Name]: This is a subfolder of the C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickDataViewer\DataBaseConnections directory, where each database connection resides. There is a dataBaseConnections.ini file located within this subfolder. This file contains the list of all database connections that the QDV tool can connect to. In order to change the default database connection, edit the dataBaseConnections.ini file.
The first time that you run the QDV tool, you will be prompted to either create a dataBaseConnections.ini file, or use the current one. The dataBaseConnections.ini file is where you must define which database connection to use when you access the contents of databases.
Only the Windows operating system (x86) installer is available.
When connecting to your SQL Server, you will need to enter the following information in order for Quick Data Viewer to properly connect to your database: