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4D V11 SQL

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Report Editor

Design and automatically build data reports as tables, graphs or even labels.

4D for OCI

Communicate natively with Oracle using the Oracle Call Interface (OCI).

Object Library

You can store objects and other code snippets to easily reuse them or share them with other developers.

User Form Editor

Give your users the ability to customize specified forms according to their own needs without developer intervention.

4D Write

Powerful word processing tools integrated right inside of 4D.

ODBC Import/Export

Import and export data using standard ODBC without writing a single line of extra code.

4D View

An advanced spreadsheet integrated into 4D that can be entirely controlled via the 4D language.

How exactly does the SQL Unlimited license work?

The SQL Unlimited expansion is installed on 4D Server, allowing it to accept multiple SQL connections from third-party applications, without using up your 4D Client licenses.

 

The only limit is the physical capacity of your machine to effectively handle multiple SQL processes, based on the number and power of its processors.

 

The SQL Unlimited Expansion license is sold for servers with up to two processor cores. For more powerful servers, you can buy additional licenses corresponding to the number of processor cores on your machine.

4D Internet Commands

This plug-in provides support for classic internet protocols for mail (SMTP, POP, IMAP), and transfers via FTP and TCP/IP. As of 4D v11 SQL, it allows the sending of messages in UTF8.

Where is 4D Client?

With the release of 4D Server v11 SQL, "4D Client" is included in the 4D application. 4D Client, as an executable, is no longer installed on your machine.


To connect to 4D Server, launch 4D and follow the instructions in the new Wizard, or simply choose Open Remote Database... from the File menu.