.GDB File Extension
- Developer by: Borland
- Category: Database Files
What are .GDB files and how to open them?Can't open .GDB file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .GDB file.
What is a .GDB file extension?
.GDB file extension is created by Borland. .GDB has been classified as Database Files.
.GDB is InterBase Database File
Database file created with Borland InterBase; default extension used by versions of InterBase prior to InterBase 7.0; databases created with InterBase 6.5 and earlier have a 2GB file size limit.
InterBase 7.0 and later saves database files with an .IB file extension.
GPS Database File
A GDB file is a database file created by MapSource, a GPS route editing and trip-planning application. It contains waypoints, routes, and tracks that can be transferred to a Garmin navigation device. GDB files are similar to the universally transferrable .GPX files.
To create a GDB file in MapSource, simply select, choose your save location, name your file, select the GDB format, and click .
To create/export a GDB file in the BaseCamp program:
To import a GDB file in the BaseCamp program: