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Hi I am currently new to accpac and have not had much taining but I have a client who needs to up grade accpac plus 3.0 to accpac advantage 5.1 i need all the help i can get on how to help them convert succesfully they are running on a novell plataform and use pervasive 8.0 what can i do

RE: upgrade

You may want to upgrade your DOS data to ACCPAC Plus 6 and up, then upgrade the data to ACCPAC 5.1
On each and every step make sure data integrity check is clean.
I am not sure ACCPAC 5.1 can handle Plus 3.0 conversion.

RE: upgrade

okay but i just found out we are in a half up grade some of the applications are on 3.0 and others like system manager are on 4.0 i think gl,ap,ar,ap are one 4.0 the rest are on 3.0 but we have discovered some of the tables have changed and so we get errors when we do the integrety check on pervasive it has to do with the ODD and ODBC files any ideas on how i can resovle this? I am farly knew to all this stuff so any tips will be greatly appreciated

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