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upgrade database , from (6.7)Dbase to (7.51)Firebird?

upgrade database , from (6.7)Dbase to (7.51)Firebird?

upgrade database , from (6.7)Dbase to (7.51)Firebird?

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How to upgrade database , from Dbase to Firebird?

The one way that I know,
Export Goldmine 6.7 data to an XML file,
Than import the XML file from Goldmine 7.51.

But , lose some data below:
(Phone)EXT1,EXT2,Projects,Opportunity,Oppty / Proj(mail link).

any body can tell me other way to upgrade database without data loss?

RE: upgrade database , from (6.7)Dbase to (7.51)Firebird?

GoldMine does this for you during the upgrade process, no need to do anything special outside of the setup exe.

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Chad Smith

Check out the GoldMine Blog at http://www.thegmblog.com

MCP - Microsoft SQL Server
Crystal Reports Certified Professional
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