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Database Software

Comparing Exportizer Editions

There are three editions of this data export tool: Exportizer (free), Exportizer Pro, and Exportizer Enterprise. The latter two are trialware with 15 days evaluation period.

Each edition has its its own set of functionality. The main differences are:

Exportizer works with local databases like dBase or CSV and supports several destination file formats.

Exportizer Pro opens local databases and ODBC data sources and exports data to large list of file formats and to ODBC data sources.

Exportizer Enterprise opens local databases, ODBC data sources, and all major relational databases like Access, SQLite, Oracle, SQL Server, Firebird etc (see full list below); it exports data to large list of file formats and databases, and adds extra powerful features like ability to drastically accelerate data migration between databases, converting group of tables at a time, exporting very big tables etc.

Detailed List of Functional Differences

Feature Support
Exportizer Exportizer Pro Exportizer Enterprise

Supported Source Database Types

Open file-based database tables (.db, .dbf, .txt, .csv, .xml) yes yes yes
Open ODBC data sources no yes yes
Open tables from multi-table database files of type XLS, XLSX, HTML. no yes yes
Open tables from databases specified by ADO connection string and UDL files. no no yes
Open tables from databases of type Access (MDB, ACCDB), Visual FoxPro (DBC), SQLite, Interbase (GDB, IB), Firebird (FDB), Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Advantage, MySQL, SQL Anywhere no no yes

Data Manipulation

Browse data yes yes yes
Edit data yes yes yes
Filter data according to user's criteria yes yes yes
Build custom SQL queries no yes yes

Exporting and Migrating Data

Copy data to clipboard yes yes yes
Print data yes yes yes
Export to text file (with field separators or fixed length fields) yes yes yes
Export to CSV file yes yes yes
Export to HTML document yes yes yes
Export to XML document yes yes yes
Export to RTF document yes yes yes
Export to PDF document yes yes yes
Export to SYLK file yes yes yes
Export to DBF III, IV, V yes yes yes
Export to SQL script yes yes yes
Export to Excel (OLE) workbook yes yes yes
Export to Word (OLE) document yes yes yes
Export to XLS file yes yes yes
Export to Excel (XLSX) workbook no yes yes
Export to Excel (XML-based) format no yes yes
Export to relational databases of any supported source types (see above) no yes yes
Export data from all (or selected) files, which are located in one folder, or all (or selected) tables from a multi-table data source, at once (from interface or via command line) no no yes

Powerful Export Capabilities

Use extra export modes like Append, Empty+Insert, Update, Append+Update, and Delete no yes yes
Use custom calculated fields when exporting no yes yes
Use extra command line options like /Silent, /LogFile, /CloseOnError etc. no yes yes
Export images from BLOB fields no yes yes
Export BLOB data into individual files no yes yes
Use template file when exporting to HTML no no yes
Migrate data in batch mode to Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Advantage, MySQL, SQL Anywhere, Access, SQLite, Interbase, Firebird databases no no yes
Export huge tables without operating memory overflow no no yes
Use extended export logging no no yes