Does anyone have an idea what is standard practice for business databases today? We are currently using FoxPro 2.5, which is about 15 years old. It has worked well, but we are needing to update as you can imagine after 15 years. Yes, we should have done it sooner. We will also be expanding to create a superset of what we have now. It's a relatively small database compared to most enterprises at 286MB. Since Microsoft has said they're dropping Visual FoxPro, what would be a good way to go? Access? MySQL? Oracle? Our programmer knows FoxPro pretty well, so if we could find something similar, that would be helpful. Thanks.
Iolair MacWalter Director of IT
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