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Viewing *.DB database files

Viewing *.DB database files

Viewing *.DB database files

(OP)
Wondering what software can be used to view .db database files.
Is there a converter available to import these into MS Access?

RE: Viewing *.DB database files

You could establish on ODBC connection to the database using your favorite client software (such as Visual FoxPro).

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development

RE: Viewing *.DB database files

(OP)
Follow up: We use Sybase SQL Anywhere to connect to the database.  Then ran MS Access, opened a blank database and could import the db  database.

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