I am a huge fan of SQLite and it does have a GUI front-end, though I confess I haven't used it. Still, I'm not sure if this is appropriate for your "non-techies" needs. It depends upon whether or not "non" is in ALL CAPS.

On the other hand, I probably wouldn't let non-techies touch the database directly. Give them a gui or command line interface so everything that goes into the database is controlled by your code.

Cheers,
Ovid

New address of my CGI Course.


In reply to Re: slightly OT "Desktop Database" options by Ovid
in thread (OT) "Desktop Database" options by dimar

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