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Best method in my opinion is to use the Apollo database engine from Vista Software. Therefore, we recommend read only use of the FoxPro driver at this time.
So this means that the mission-critical application we spent six months developing to read and write to legacy FoxPro files is now a wash? Lars 1, 10 I used Cbuilder because it was supposed to speed up my development time, not wast days of it. We bought Delphi with the understanding that the Borland Database Engine was read-write capable middleware for all database platforms. Am I to understand from the information emailed to me from the Borland site that Windows 98 1.
I’m throwing it in anyway: What are we supposed to do? When I study my code I have used bse much longer one and unfortunately don’t have any notes why. I also can not believe the position that Borland is taking on this.
We will be seriously re-evaluating our purchase of any future Borland products as a result of this. I’m vde sure what happens if you try to open a VFP table what was part of a DBC data base container and you don’t have the container available.
Databases – Borland Database Engine (BDE)
Sign up using Email and Password. On overpopulated connection string: In order to get around the BDE access problems nde can connect foxpro databases via a ODBC connection through the foxpro driver or via a access linked table.
I’d like to examine what data stored there and use or extract any useful stuff. It seems pathetic the the problem has no clear solution. Not to mention the time critical nature of the need for the conversion utility. I’m looking at where the field descriptors start there, and to me that’s wrong for DBF, they should come later.
Quickest check is to open the. In fact, all I wanted is a way to access and update Clipper.
Tons of questions:
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