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Exporting .TPS files to DBF or XLS or TXT

Exporting .TPS files to DBF or XLS or TXT

Exporting .TPS files to DBF or XLS or TXT

(OP)
Hi

I have a customer that needs to export several TPS files to DBF files.

I can reach a CLARION 5.0 entreprise version.

I dont know how to create a dictionary for these files in order to save them later as .DBF

Is this the way??

If not, what is the easier way ??

Please note that I dont know anything about CLARION

Thanks

Mario


 

RE: Exporting .TPS files to DBF or XLS or TXT

Yes,
Create a new dictionary and import each tps File->Import table.  If they are not encrypted then the process is easy.  Once that is done save the dictionary.  Now highlight a file and copy and paste it.  At this point a properties dialog pops, change the data driver.  Now you can create a conversion program by selecting File->Convert filename.  Once you have created the conversion program, load the project (pr/prj) and make/execute that application.

RE: Exporting .TPS files to DBF or XLS or TXT

GearHead

Thanks for your answer.i

I was spending my hollydays

Happy new year

mario

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