Free sermons and illustration databases designed especially for Evangelical Christian workers
64-bit SID database
The newest versions of Windows have a 64-bit architecture and one of the changes is the way they handle databases. Older versions of Windows used DAO while the 64-bit versions do not. The SID database (version 4 and up) has been re-written by Brett, our New Zealand computer programmer, so it is compatible with all Windows versions. All features are now working, including the ability to import supplements.
This page gives details on the new version: http://wiltonsoftware.com/labs/sid
For those who already have SID installed, download the SID upgrade package, unzip it, and copy the files into your SID directory. The upgrade does not include the file that holds all the data (.../data/kerux.mdb).
64-bit Access database (Kerux2010)
The newest version of the Access database is standalone, which means anyone can install it. There are still a number of issues with it that need to be fixed but it runs well. This version has many innovations -- sermons and illustrations are grouped together so you can do unified searches, you can format material right inside the database and you can configure many shortcuts.
Summary of installation:
October 18, 2013
Go to SID database page
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