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Language: SQL
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 23, 1997

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Transporting Dbases

Question:
Can I export or import a Dbase file from OPO 1.016 to another DBMS (Microsoft Access or Visual Basic, for example)?

Answer:
OPO Version 1 did not support ODBC. Because of this, you could not access Dbase or Access files easily.

OPO Version 2 does support ODBC connections, and comes with ODBC drivers for Dbase and Access. With Version 2, you can simply create a session for each database and drag and drop the table from the Dbase file to an Access file.

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