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Can ABRA Suite Software Incorporate Visual FoxPro DB's??

Can ABRA Suite Software Incorporate Visual FoxPro DB's??

Can ABRA Suite Software Incorporate Visual FoxPro DB's??

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Just wondering if anyone has tried incorporating FoxPro tables into the ABRA Suite Commerical Accounting System.  

Web attempts and RTFM attempts have proven futile, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

ME

RE: Can ABRA Suite Software Incorporate Visual FoxPro DB's??

My experience with ABRA tables (which was a few years ago) was that ABRA was written in Clipper, so the tables were 2.x compatiable, but the indexes were Clipper.  I could read/write using the tables, but I also wrote a Clipper routine to reindex the tables when I was finished using them.  Not much help I know but like I said, that was a few years ago.  They probably have changed things around since then.

Dave S.

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