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myFMbutler releases DoSQL plug-in - Talk SQL to FileMaker itself

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AALTER, Belgium -- May 15, 2007 -- myFMbutler today announces the release and immediate availability of DoSQL 1.0, a powerful plug-in that allows you to to manipulate FileMaker data from FileMaker calculations.

About DoSQL

myFMbutler DoSQL is a FileMaker Pro plug-in for Windows and Macintosh that allows you to to manipulate FileMaker data from FileMaker calculations. The plug-in uses SQL statements to select, update, create or delete FileMaker records.

Features

• write to FileMaker fields directly, using a calculation with SQL statements

• do complex portal filtering

• easily update data in unrelated tables

• keep a change log of your records, add rollback functionality, audit trails, etc.

Benefits

• limits the number of tables, relationships, fields, and scripts required for certain tasks

• does not require any drivers

System requirements

• FileMaker Pro 8.0 or higher

• MacOS X 10.4 or higher / Windows XP or Vista

Pricing and availability

DoSQL 1.0 is available today for EUR 29,- or USD 39,- for a single user license. Multi-user licenses are also available.

A demo version is available for download from www.myfmbutler.com

The demo version will time-out after 60 minutes of use.

About myFMbutler

myFMbutler is an initiative by SHpartners, a longtime FileMaker FSA (and now FBA) partner. myFMbutler's goal is to provide a wide range of tools that help FileMaker developers create better solutions.

"Whether it be through the use of our plug-ins, or some of our other solutions that extend on the capabilities of FileMaker, we want to offer developers a way to improve their products, and help them finish their projects faster."

Contact

myFMbutler

info@myfmbutler.com

www.myfmbutler.com

©2007 SHpartners bvba - All rights reserved.

"myFMbutler" is a trademark owned by SHpartners bvba.

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