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I don't have to tell you how much I'm already enjoying Sesame. This has to be the latest cutting edge software for Database management. I've seen nothing on the market that can even come close to Sesame. Needless to say, I won't be using Paradox or Access in the future unless someone holds a gun to my head and forces me to. Thanks again.
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Sesame Database Manager is compatible with Symantec Q&A. Q & A users will find that Sesame uses many of the same keystrokes, the same search syntax, and almost the same programming syntax as used in a Q&A database. Sesame can also translate Q&A databases. Find out more.


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Sesame Database Manager
Fast, Functional, and User-Friendly database software!
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Add users that are allowed to access your information

Sesame makes it easy to control who has access to your applications and how they are permitted use them. It takes just minutes to add a new user (or remove an old one) and set them up with the "rights" you want them to have.
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Organize your users into groups

Sesame lets you quickly add users to groups you define. You can name your groups whatever you like, and grant them the level of access and "rights" you want them to have. For example, you could set up groups like Senior Administrators, Managers, Team Leaders, and Data Entry. Senior Administrators would have the ability to do anything in the application, while each successive lower group would have increasingly limited access and capabilities.
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Control which commands users can do

By organizing users into groups, you can control where they can go and what they can do with your applications. You might want to grant access to specific forms or disable certain actions for a particular group. For example, you could allow someone in a Data Entry group to add and update basic information on new employees, but bar them from any commands and views that would expose salary and bonus information.
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I know that I have NEVER met a group of people that care so much about what they are working on as the people of Lantica and the people trying to use Sesame. It is amazing to me how much everyone, developers and users care about getting the best results.
  Robert Scott
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