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convert the clipper.dbf files and .ntx

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I have an application that was developed in Clipper.
70 dbf files and aroud 100 ntx , I plan to move the data to Access and Mysql
*.frm *.MYD and *.MYI,
But I don't know how to convert the .dbf files and .ntx. files ?
Thanks you help.....
Jul 19 '05 #1
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William - I would suggest a tool for the conversion.
There are several out there -
This one is good -
http://hibase.virtualave.net/dbfview.htm

will convert to 4 different file types.

ACCESS ?? yikes - why bother?
Why not use a real tool like Visual FoxPro ?
Much easier to code and can scale for multi-user much easier than Access.
mondo regards [Bill]
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I have an application that was developed in Clipper.
70 dbf files and aroud 100 ntx , I plan to move the data to Access and Mysql *.frm *.MYD and *.MYI,
But I don't know how to convert the .dbf files and .ntx. files ?
Thanks you help.....

Jul 19 '05 #2

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William - I would suggest a tool for the conversion.
There are several out there -
This one is good -
http://hibase.virtualave.net/dbfview.htm

will convert to 4 different file types.

ACCESS ?? yikes - why bother?
Why not use a real tool like Visual FoxPro ?
Much easier to code and can scale for multi-user much easier than Access.
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"william" <wi*****@goldglory.com.hk> wrote in message
news:bh**********@imsp212.netvigator.com...
I have an application that was developed in Clipper.
70 dbf files and aroud 100 ntx , I plan to move the data to Access and Mysql *.frm *.MYD and *.MYI,
But I don't know how to convert the .dbf files and .ntx. files ?
Thanks you help.....

Jul 19 '05 #3

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