PocketDB is a highly optimized database application for
both the PC (Windows XP, Vista, 7), Mac's (Leopard, Snow Leopard) and a mobile
devices running Windows Mobile 6 and Apple iOS 4.0.
The key feature of PockedDB is to create, maintain and share databases
between PC (Mac) and a mobile device. The databases are kept amazingly small in
size and while access speed is unbelievable fast on a mobile device.
It is ideally suited to:
Safely store you passwords.
Freely define and store information about your private contacts that standard contact apps don't allow.
Import a huge calorie table if you want to loose weight.
Maintain your daily track record if are a runner.
Keep confidentiality over all your cases, the related clients address, notes and next steps if you are a lawyer.
Keep track of treatments of if you are a veterinarian.
Store all the employees records if you are with a big company.
Store details of IT equipment with you if you are an administrator.
Have your portfolio and article list with you if you are a sales man.
Have the important details of contracts with you if you work for an insurance company.
Files used on the PC are 100% compatible (no transformation necessary) to
the version of the mobile device.
The feature set includes:
Minimum size databases.
Import from LDAP (lightweight directory access protocol) servers, like Microsoft Active Directories.
Import from Outlook address lists and contacts.
Import from Microsoft Exchange corporate directories and address lists.
Import and export to and from CSV (comma-separated value) files.
Record fine synchronization between PC and mobile device.
Database encryption to support secret data sets like a personal password and account database.
Sorting and search.
Multi line fields.
Initiating phone calls and SMS by selection of phone number entries.
Initiating e-mail by selection of e-mail entries.
Recovery of overwritten or deleted entries.
PocketDB generates outstanding small and fast accessed databases. In
order to accomplish these constraints, the following limitations apply to
In general it is not a relational database that can be compared to the feature set of Microsoft Access. If you don't know what relational is, forget it you don't need that.
It allows 255 fields per record. Usually more than enough.
A field name can have maximum 255 characters. Who the hell would give longer names to fields?
A field content can have maximum 255 bytes. That is almost twice the length of an SMS (320).
The database file size can be maximum 2 GByte. That is big enough to store the most important info of all citizens of a mega city.
The maximum number of records, that can be stored is roughly limited in theory up to 130 Million. In practice with a reasonable record size the base can hold up to 25 Million records.
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