Superbase Form Definition
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An SBV file may also be a form definition file used by Superbase, a program that allows developers to create databases and database management applications. It contains a graphical layout definition for a form. SBV files are used to format reports, tables, and user interfaces populated from a Superbase database.
Precision Software released the original version of Superbase in 1983. While previous versions of the program were available for a variety of platforms, current versions are available for only Windows. Superbase Software publishes current versions of Superbase.
Developers use Superbase to create databases and applications used to manage and retrieve information from those databases. Superbase applications use SBV files to format items that appear to end users. For example, an SBV file might contain formatting information that controls how a report appears to users.
How to open an SBV file
You can open an SBV file and edit its contents with Superbase (Windows).