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Tip of the Day
Language: Relational Databases
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 12, 1999

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Undeleting Records from Paradox Tables

Question:
How can I undelete a record from a Paradox table?

Answer:
You can't. Period. When you delete a record from a Paradox table, its space still exists, but its data does not. This is in contrast to dBASE tables which merely remove the reference to a record to be deleted.

The only way to recover deleted records from a Paradox table is to create a cache table of sorts that will allow you to replace data.

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