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Simple database program type for electronic components?

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Chaos Master, Sep 12, 2004.

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  1. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Hello people.

    Do you know of any simple database program, to manage an inventory of
    electronic components?

    I can do this with Excel, I know, but I want to make a "step up". I want to be
    able to add images like pinouts and component ratings.

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  2. Parts 'n Vendors by Trilogy seems to get good reviews. I've only
    looked at a demo but it seems to have been designed by people who
    actually know what manufacturing is all about.

    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  3. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Spehro Pefhany did not write:
    I will check this, even it being demo/shareware.

    (but still looking at free solution)

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    Chaos Master®, posting from Brazil. REPLY TO GROUP!
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  4. Lee

    Lee Guest

    It has been reported by the Department of Homeland Security that on Sun, 12
    Try SmartDb at http://alainlecomte.free.fr/Download.htm





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  5. Excel spreadsheets are needed for calculations. But it's doubtfdul that
    you need that much power. "Database" sounds like Access would be more
    appropriate.
    You could also do a lot with web pages.

     
  6. I've always found Filemaker Pro to be very easy to use and customise. Much
    more friendly than Access or Excel.


    Gareth.
     
  7. Khaled

    Khaled Guest


  8. well spotted Khaled
     
  9. Ken Smith

    Ken Smith Guest

    Why not just add hyper links to the datasheets to the XL?

    I remember some years back there was one for the usual $35 shareware price
    that could handle up to 32K part numbers.
     
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