RecordEditor (Linux)

0.88a

Data File Editor - CSV, Fixed width Field (Cobol ?) and Xml files

Bruce Martin  |  5 more applications - June 27, 2012
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Publisher's description

The RecordEditor is a Data-File editor, similar to File-Aid or Net-Cobols Cobol-Editor. It uses a Record-Layout to format the data in the file in to a human readable format. Because it knows the format of Fields, it can format Binary Fields as normal numbers rather than displaying hex equivalent as most hex editors do. The file can be editted in a Table (Spreadsheet like format) or in a single record format with fields going down the page.

The RecordEditor can edit the following formats:

* CSV (Comma, Tab, etc delimitered fields) Files for Windows & Unix.
* Fixed Field Width data files (both Text and Binary) for Windows, Unix and Z-OS (IBM Mainframe) Operating systems.
* Existing Xml files

Record-Layout's can either be entered via the Layout-Editor or imported from Cobol Copybooks.

The RecordEditor is written in java (6) so it should run on most Computer Systems.


What's new in this version

• Enhanced SaveAs/Export function, Enhanced Filters, Enhanced record Selection, Numerous GUI Changes, Enhanced Layout Editor, Xsl Transform support, Export via Script (Jython, JRuby etc).


Minimum requirements

• Java 6 Runtime



Additional info

Operating system: Linux

Uninstaller: included

Release date: 2012-06-18

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