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Foxpro/Pegasus Opera data analysis in Access 2000

Foxpro/Pegasus Opera data analysis in Access 2000

Foxpro/Pegasus Opera data analysis in Access 2000

Since updating to Access 2000 I am unable to use my Union and Select queries.  I have tried various methods of linking the Opera/Foxpro data with ODBC drivers, to no avail, I am not familiar with ODBC.  The error I get when running refers to an ODBC call failure.  I have refreshed the links using links table manager, this does not help. I am not using Opera 32 bit.  While using Access 97 I had no problems. I am really struggling here, can anybody help please?
Tony Sullivan.

RE: Foxpro/Pegasus Opera data analysis in Access 2000

Not really much of a help this but ...

Access 2000 uses a different version of JET.  I am not sure whether or not FoxPro is compatible with it, especially if you are running the DOS version.

I cant believe that I actually found someone else who uses Pegasus Opera !!!


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