[quote]Originally posted by gordy:
<strong>Nope. Access is built on M$ Visual Basic (or, so I hear). For that reason, it'll never be Mac Native. I've used Access at work for 5 years, I've never found a way to transfer everything to a Mac app (forms, repoorts, modules, etc.).</strong><hr></blockquote>
Access is a windows-only program. It is written in C++ like most other windows apps. But it has VBA (that is essentially 75% of full blown Visual Basic) tacked on for scripting, interface, or any program customization. Office also has this facility. Other third-party apps also have this ability (Autocad comes to mind). many other third party apps leave their API's open so you can easily customize the program, or remote control it using VB/C++ or any language that can reference dlls.
Back on topic, I dont know of any mac database that stands in a similar position OR is compatible with access.
I guess I'll have to keep working on my MySQL interface project
[ 02-20-2003: Message edited by: I-bent-my-wookie ]</p>