RecordEditor 0.97 / 0.98.4 Test for Windows
Edit CSV data and fixed field position files effortlessly with the help of this intuitive and easy-to-use data file editing software
RecordEditor is a software application written in Java whose purpose is to help you seamlessly edit CSV files. It features several advanced settings for experienced users.
Simple interface with advanced options
Wrapped up in a plain-looking interface made from a large window with a clear-cut structure, the program lets you open a file and specify the database, system, record layout and description.
You can check out each line of text from the respective CSV file and edit it accordingly, cut, copy, paste and delete records, use a search function, hide any fields, change the layout, as well as update the CSV columns.
Create new layouts and save files with different extensions
New layouts can be created by following some simple steps in a wizard. Furthermore, RecordEditor lets you save copybooks as XML and import them later, filter or sort information by various criteria, rebuild the tree, and add attributes. Data can be printed as well as exported to a wide range of file types, including fixed-length files and HTML, or using Velocity or Xlst.
As far as program options are concerned, you can modify default directories for the copybooks, Velocity, Xlst and others, enter JDBC parameters, change the Jars bundled with RecordEditor, as well as customize the UI appearance.
Evaluation and conclusion
The software program didn’t hang, crash or display error messages throughout our evaluation. It had minimal impact on performance performance, thanks to the fact that it needed low CPU and RAM.
On the other hand, we have noticed that it’s not compatible with the latest Java edition. Plus, it doesn’t contain intuitive options for less experienced users. Nevertheless, you can test RecordEditor for yourself, since it’s free and open-source.
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