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BTRIEVE 7.0 with ASP.NET

BTRIEVE 7.0 with ASP.NET

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I can to works ASP.Net with BTRIEVE 7.0???
thanks

RE: BTRIEVE 7.0 with ASP.NET

That's kind of an open ended question. First off, which language withing ASP.NET are you wanting to use (C# or VB.NET or something else)?  Second what the exact version of Btrieve you've got?  Btrieve 7.0 (or Pervasive.SQL v7.0) is 4 major releases behind the current version (Pervasive.SQL v9.0).  Most likely if you really are using v7.0, you are going to be limited to ODBC and even then, the ODBC driver included with v7.0 wasn't completely thread safe and could cause problems in a Web environment.  
You might consider upgrading to v9.0.  You'll get a thread safe ODBC driver and a Managed ADO.NET provider plus better SQL capabilities.

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
Custom VB and Btrieve development.
http://www.mirtheil.com

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