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Creating DDF & Create DSN

Creating DDF & Create DSN

Creating DDF & Create DSN

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I downloaded Btsearch from somewhere (I don't remember). When I tried to open btrieve file to create DDF, I've an error and I couldn't see fields name in that software.

I also installed ODBC but I had problem when I creating DSN. It required to enter login script. I don't know what's that mean, so the database name, I'm not sure it's btrieve file name or database name that been used in the medical record software that using btrieve. I think I've an error about "Status Code: 802". Something like that.

Please advice.

RE: Creating DDF & Create DSN

Do you have the Windows Btrieve drivers and if so what version.  BtSearch32 does require at least the 32-bit version of 6.15.  The site www.nssdd.com has the latest version of BtSearch32 and you can also leave feedback for any problems you may have under the support page.

Gil

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