The file extension DBD is associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The programs and applications include DemoShield, Oracle, Business Insight, and Fly! DBD files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If a DBD file is related to DemoShield, it is categorized as a data file type which is used to install software demos for the purpose of evaluating and learning how to use a product or service. The name DemoShield formerly owned by Macrovision has since been changed to InstallShield as the result of product acquisition by InstallShield Software Corporation. InstallShield is a software utility application which is used by developers to build installation packages for a wide variety of software programs. The software applications are commonly used with the Windows operating system and a variety of mobile platforms.
DBD files which are part of Oracle are defined as a various data file type which stores records for Oracle applications. DBD file content can include product registration information, help files, updates, and other data used with various Oracle programs. Oracle is most widely known for Java applications and offers a broad range of other applications used for data warehousing, database operations, customer relationship management, enterprise management, cloud solutions, and much more.
If the file extension DBD is created with Business Insight, the file is categorized as a various data file type which stores business data created with the Business Insight software application. Business Insight is an application produced by Business Resource Software, Inc. which assists enterprises with analyzing strategies, managing change, identifying risks, and structuring strategic planning, in addition to identifying problems and new business opportunities.
DBD files which are created with Fly! are a game file type which stores raw data for the Fly! database index. The database is used for airport information, radio communications, and other elements which are used for flight simulation. Fly! is a flight simulation game produced by Terminal Reality which is used to provide tools for flying an aircraft in a virtual reality environment.
How to Open DBD Files
If the file extension DBD is associated with DemoShield, the file must be opened using the InstallShield development application or the specific software application the DBD file is related to. InstallShield is available as a free trial on the Flexera Software website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system. Additionally, if you know which software application the DBD file is part of, you can use the specific program.
DBD files which are related to Oracle applications should be opened using the specific Oracle program the DBD file is meant for. If you know which application created the DBD file, you can obtain access to the application on the Oracle website. If you are unsure which application created the DBD file, try right clicking on the file and then choose Properties from the drop-down menu. The name of the application should be listed in the Properties window and in this case, you can use the listed application to open the DBD file.
If the file extension DBD is related to Business Insight, you can open the file using the Business Insight marketing strategy software application. Business Insight is available in a paid version on the Business Resource Software website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system and Mac OS X.
DBD files which are part of Fly! can be opened using the Fly! flight simulation game which is available on the Terminal Reality website. Fly! is designed for use with the Windows operating system and Mac OS X.