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  • Free
  • $100

Version: 2.05

Released: Sep 26, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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Developer

Alex_p8


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DBman

DBMan is a full featured database manager used to handle one or multiple flat file databases through an easy to use web interface. Supports such features as: record ownership, authentication, user administration and powerful searches.

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As usual, excellent standard of script from Gossammer Threads

Posted by toolkit on Aug 26, 2003 Reply

Posted by Radi on Jun 11, 2001 Reply

Well-written Perl code, easily modified. Needs more enterprise-level functionality though (maybe that's the idea for DBman SQL?)

Posted by Peter1221 on May 20, 2001 Reply

An excellent powerful database script. Installation a bit quirky, but support forum is the best I've encountered. The knowledge in the forum ensures that you're not stuck for long.

Posted by Philipio on May 19, 2001 Reply

This is the best script I ever used.

Posted by abulmagd on Mar 25, 2001 Reply

Excellent DM manager and easy to customize.

Posted by SoilentG on Feb 06, 2001 Reply

Posted by otaku on Nov 25, 2000 Reply

It needs a lot of customization and you need to know perl language. Very good support and mods, but it crashes after 1MB of database.

Posted by Santana on Nov 25, 2000 Reply

This is one great database script. It's easy to set up with help from a couple of resources and runs great! Highly recommended.

Posted by Craig on Oct 26, 2000 Reply

Great script overall, but definately not something for a newbie to try. Script has at least four known bugs that you have to access another site to find fixes for. On the bright side, there are some very detailed "unofficial" sites to help you get up and running.

Posted by skydrgn on Oct 12, 2000 Reply

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