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Sesame has endless potential and has already become FAR more flexible than anything WE can currently do in Q&A. I appreciate the opportunity to share our experience with Sesame, seeing that we are committed and will be using it for a LONG time!
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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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Q&A



This area provides links to information and resources for users of Symantec Q&A. While, Sesame Database Manager is Q&A compatible, it is a separate product and is not a new version of Q&A.


Information for Q&A Users on Lantica.com

The Q&A to Sesame Translation Slideshow provides a quick look at a simple Q&A translation.

The Sesame FAQ has a number of answers relating to interaction and conversion between Q&A and Sesame.

The Sesame Library has articles relating to interaction and conversion between Q&A and Sesame.

A Q&A Translation Guide is available for learning about how to convert to Sesame from Q&A.

bertragung von Datenbanken von F&A zu Sesame


Support for Q&A

Support for Q&A is provided by Professional Computer Technology Associates (PCTA)
http://www.pcta-usa.com


Q&A database newsletter

The Quick Answer Back Issue Library - 1995 through 2003

Back issues of the popular monthly newsletter dedicated to the Symantec Q&A database.

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I have really become very fond of the control panels in Sdesigner. When I started playing with Sesame I thought why do I need the property viewer, I wondered why could they not just display the existing values on the property editor. Now I love being able to view my element property values in one box and just click on the appropriate feature in the editor box. They obviously thought this through and I am glad they did. I have been realizing that if I give up thinking the way I was used to (The Q&A way) I can achieve amazing things with Sesame.
  Robert Scott
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