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Where can I find Btrieve?

Where can I find Btrieve?

Where can I find Btrieve?

I was wondering where I can download (if available) a copy of BTrieve 6.15, I am currently working on a project that has all of it's information in a .Dat file and I am wondering if this software will allow me to extract the information that I need.

I have never used Btrieve, so forgive my ignorance.

- WormZer

RE: Where can I find Btrieve?

You can download a trial version of Pervasive Btrieve at www.pervasive.com/downloads.

To extract your data you will need the DDF files.  If you do not have these you will either have to contact the program vendor or you can use BtSearch32 at www.nssdd.com to analyze the structure and build the DDF files.  Once built you can export to dbase or ascii formats from BtSearch32 or you can use ODBC once you have the DDF files.


RE: Where can I find Btrieve?

Thank you for this info.  I will work with this and go from there..



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