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Great Plains Btrieve Tables

Great Plains Btrieve Tables

Great Plains Btrieve Tables


I have an application that I need to read some information from some of the btrieve files that great plains uses in their pervasiveSQL setup.  Does anyone know where I can find some documentation on the great plains table structure?  I know what info I need to get out of great plains, but the btrieve file names (SOP10100.btr, RM00103.btr) mean nothing to me.  I'm a newby to pervasive SQL, so I'll probably be hanging around this forum for a while.

Thanks in advance for any insite into my problem.

RE: Great Plains Btrieve Tables

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RE: Great Plains Btrieve Tables

If you need to view the detail of Btrieve files you can check out BtSearch at www.nssdd.com.  If you have  your DDF files then it allows you to open the files and view their table structure as well as the data.  You can also expor the data out of Btrieve.  If you don't have the DDF files then you can also use it to analyze your Btrieve files and create the DDF files.


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