Learn more about Sesame Database ManagerNo other programs will give you direct interface with people involved in the development team who actually read the forums and respond. Not only do they respond, but usually within minutes or hours, with good answers and solutions. Putting a price tag on Customer Support is difficult but should not be overlooked in software evaluations.
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.
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. [READ MORE...]
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. [READ MORE...]
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. [READ MORE...]
Learn more about Sesame Database ManagerI have experimented with using the @sendmail command with a command button. The basic flow was that a patient would call a central call center from there home or Drs Office. The rep on the phone would collect the necessary information and schedule the patient at a specific location. The rep would press the command button and based on the facility location element an e-mail was generated to that location with the patient data and all necessary information. By the time the patient could hang up the phone and drive to the location the office was already aware of there arrival with all the needed patient data. I was pretty much successful at getting all this to work.