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clarion general question

clarion general question

clarion general question

(OP)
hi!
I am new here, i'am new in speaking english and i'am new in using Clarion !
I want to access to a clarion database (a file with the extension .tps) i have never use clarion before!
i have already developped a web application  witch turn witn asp (ado).Now i must use it to access an old base done with Clarion ! i 'am looking for odbc or ado drivers , or
(n'importe quelle autre idée !) even other idea !
thanks for your help!

RE: clarion general question

The TPS ISAM file format is only accessible with an ODBC driver which the vendor sells seperately.  It is not an ADO providor and is best used in read mode.

www.softvelocity.com


HTH

RE: clarion general question

(OP)
Hi,

I can create for a special DLL file which will allow you to access the TPS file/files. I have done this for Delphi projects.
The TPS ODBC driver is not free.

Mihai Palade
Romania

RE: clarion general question

(OP)
Hi,

I can create for a special DLL file which will allow you to access the TPS file/files. I have done this for Delphi projects.
The TPS ODBC driver is not free.

Mihai Palade
Romania

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