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Import Excel Files into SDF-database

Import Excel Files into SDF-database

(OP)
Anyone knows how that can be done?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Import Excel Files into SDF-database

What version of the language are you using?

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RE: Import Excel Files into SDF-database

(OP)
Hi, thanks for the reply.

It's the SQLCE 3.5 Local.

RE: Import Excel Files into SDF-database

(OP)
Forgot to tell you that I found a solution meanwhile, but I had to buy the product DataWizard. Not really a major problem...

Now I have to import the values into Access and after only then I can import and create a new .sdf-database from the Access-file. Hope that there would be a way to import the excel files directly into the .sdf-datafile.

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