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pervasive, odbc connect with visual basic 6.0

pervasive, odbc connect with visual basic 6.0

pervasive, odbc connect with visual basic 6.0

(OP)
Hi,
sorry, i can't very speak English .
i'm export data in "*._bf" files.
pervasive sql 2000 open this files but i want to open this files with visual basic and odbc .
thanks.

RE: pervasive, odbc connect with visual basic 6.0

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i'm look send your link. But i'm not see data or tables in "*._bf" files.
it's extends "*.mkd" with pervasive sql.
My use program using write Delphi.
help me if i am sending this files your ?
Please post on the forum rather than emailing directly.  

The extensions don't matter to Btrieve.  If you use the Btrieve API, you just specify the correct filename on the Open call. If you use ODBC (or OLEDB or any method that uses DDFs) then you'll need to make sure the DDFs point to the correct filename (*._BF).

Mirtheil
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