I'm using dBASE PLUS and the BDE and ODBC drivers.
I'm having limited success with this connection. Can anyone
give me some pointers with this approach? I have the ODBC
driver setup as a system DSN and then the BDE pointing to
that DSN. The ODBC driver version is 2.13, FoxPro tables
ver 25? What I'm needing it seems is a primary key index that
seems to be missing in my sample data. I don't know if it got
corrupted or if it ever existed. I'm also looking at using ads for
future system installs with dBASE and would like to know if
this will be a option.
Bruce W. Mercer
What would you like your computer to do?
Custom Software, Reporting, and Network admin.
Subject: BDE/ODBC drivers
Date: Sun, 2 May 2004 11:04:18 -0700
Organization: Mercer Enterprises
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