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link SQL to Paradox

link SQL to Paradox

link SQL to Paradox

Is it possible to link SQL Server 2005 to Paradox, if yes, what are the steps?  I want SQL data to sync with/to Paradox 8.0.


RE: link SQL to Paradox


Firstly, check out this link.  A bit dated now but pertinent enough


Seondly, I have just/am working on a SQL conversion, ie paradox front end, sql replacement for paradox back-end.

Full COnvert is a great utility for converting your database - http://www.spectralcore.com/fullconvert/index.php

In a nutshell, paradox can work pretty well fronting a SQL back-end once you've got to grips with all it's little foibles.


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