*.wkz database conversion to Access? 
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 *.wkz database conversion to Access?

Hello!
I have a important database in *.wkz format that I need to open. I am
completely new to Informix and I am assuming *.wkz
is a Infromix database. Are there any filters available? Any ideas?

Best Regards
Matthew



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 *.wkz database conversion to Access?

Quote:

> Hello!
> I have a important database in *.wkz format that I need to open. I am
> completely new to Informix and I am assuming *.wkz
> is a Infromix database. Are there any filters available? Any ideas?

That is not an Informix database file.  If memory serves, and it has
been a while, that is a Wingz spreadsheet file.  Perhaps excel knows
how to convert it to something useful if you no longer have Wingz.

Art S. Kagel



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 *.wkz database conversion to Access?

I don't know of any Informix database that has that extension.  Our
database has a .dbs extension with the tables having .dat extensions.
However I have found that MS Access is a great tool for opening
databases.  If you can view the layout of the .wkz file, use the import
function in MS Access with the parameters set to read that file.

Kathy Hildebrand

        :-)
Designer/Programmer

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        -----Original Message-----

        Sent:   Wednesday, July 01, 1998 10:26 AM

        Subject:        Re: *.wkz database conversion to Access?


        > Hello!
        > I have a important database in *.wkz format that I need to
open. I am
        > completely new to Informix and I am assuming *.wkz
        > is a Infromix database. Are there any filters available? Any
ideas?

        That is not an Informix database file.  If memory serves, and it
has
        been a while, that is a Wingz spreadsheet file.  Perhaps excel
knows
        how to convert it to something useful if you no longer have
Wingz.

        Art S. Kagel



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 *.wkz database conversion to Access?

Quote:


> > Hello!
> > I have a important database in *.wkz format that I need to open. I am
> > completely new to Informix and I am assuming *.wkz
> > is a Infromix database. Are there any filters available? Any ideas?

> That is not an Informix database file.  If memory serves, and it has
> been a while, that is a Wingz spreadsheet file.  Perhaps excel knows
> how to convert it to something useful if you no longer have Wingz.

> Art S. Kagel

Yes, *.wkz is a WingZ file.
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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 
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