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Multi versions of Pervasive Workgroup Engine...

Multi versions of Pervasive Workgroup Engine...

Multi versions of Pervasive Workgroup Engine...

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Does anyone know... is there any way to install both Version 7 and Version 9 of the Pervasive Workgroup Engine on the same PC and have both work?

I don't need both versions running at the same time but I have an older application that uses V7 and a newer application that uses V9 and I would like to run either/or on the same PC.

Let me know.

Thanks for any help... Tim H.

RE: Multi versions of Pervasive Workgroup Engine...

Not easily.
You might be able to have both installed if they are in separate directories and neither is on the system path.  
You might be able to put the Pervasive components into the application directory of each application.  
Just curious, does the PSQL 7 application use Scalable SQL or is it Btrieve based?  If it's Btrieve based, it might work with PSQL v9.  

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

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