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Hi!I need to set up a user friendly interface program to access data from oracle on unix and perhaps 4D First or
File Maker Pro or even MS Excel on a powerpc.Can you recommend some commercial ready made program or any application development program that is does not require intense programming efforts?
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You will always need some programming efforts, but you can get great results with "5PM" (http://www.wpine.com/product/other/5pm-mac.html) . With this application, you can rewamp any interface to a standard look. Programming 5PM is made with 5Talk which look very similar to HyperTalk (almost regular English).

You may try also to browse the web to find a programme called "Both" (sorry no more infos). This application could display inorganised data from any computer system to a regular and standard Mac format.
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