Cemetery Registry Database File
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What is a TEMX file?
A TEMX file contains a database created by ECCLESIA SOFT Cemetery Registry, an application used to maintain information about cemeteries, such as grave configurations and deceased humans. It stores cemetery-related data entries organized into rows and columns of one or more tables. TEMX files are saved in a similar format as Microsoft Access Database .MDB files.
You will only encounter TEMX files if you use Cemetery Registry to manage cemetery information. The software comes packaged with a TemNyilv.temx database file which is duplicated and renamed by Cemetery Registry when a user creates a new database in the program. The TemNyilv.temx file can be found in the following directory, which is the installation location of the Cemetery Registry:
C:\Program Files (x86)\CEMETERY REGISTRY [version]
You can open a TEMX file with Cemetery Registry by selecting Open file in the program. You can also open it with Microsoft Access since the file is saved in a similar format as MDB database files.
NOTE: Cemetery Registry is only available in the Romanian and Hungarian languages.