Data conversion utility? 
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 Data conversion utility?

Hello, I've been receiving an add about every 2 months for a software
product which can convert database tables from one format to another.
In the add, the mention just about every format possible. Having no
need for this I didn't bother to save them.

Well, now a client wants to do exactly this and I can't for the life
of me remember the name of the company. The client is talking xbase,
foxpro, access and paradox, which I'm sure this product can handle.

If anyone can identify this or any other software product which can
do this, I'd appreciate it.

Thanx,
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Tue, 07 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Data conversion utility?


Hello, I've been receiving an add about every 2 months for a software
product which can convert database tables from one format to another.
In the add, the mention just about every format possible. Having no
need for this I didn't bother to save them.

Well, now a client wants to do exactly this and I can't for the life
of me remember the name of the company. The client is talking xbase,
foxpro, access and paradox, which I'm sure this product can handle.

If anyone can identify this or any other software product which can
do this, I'd appreciate it.

        It is probably DATA JUNCTION, produced/sold by
        Tools & Techniques
        2201 Northland Drive
        Austin, TX
        78756
        Call:  800-580-4411 or 512-459-1308 FAX xxx.xxx.1309
        No known internet web or email.

Dave Nuttall

San Antonio, TX



Tue, 07 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Data conversion utility?

Quote:

> Hello, I've been receiving an add about every 2 months for a software
> product which can convert database tables from one format to another.
> In the add, the mention just about every format possible. Having no
> need for this I didn't bother to save them.

> Well, now a client wants to do exactly this and I can't for the life
> of me remember the name of the company. The client is talking xbase,
> foxpro, access and paradox, which I'm sure this product can handle.

> If anyone can identify this or any other software product which can
> do this, I'd appreciate it.

I don't know how well it works, but you might try dbutil10.zip at
http://www.acs.oakland.edu/oak/SimTel/msdos/clipper.html

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Chad Marlow



Wed, 08 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Data conversion utility?
: Hello, I've been receiving an add about every 2 months for a software
: product which can convert database tables from one format to another.
: In the add, the mention just about every format possible. Having no
: need for this I didn't bother to save them.

: Well, now a client wants to do exactly this and I can't for the life
: of me remember the name of the company. The client is talking xbase,
: foxpro, access and paradox, which I'm sure this product can handle.

: If anyone can identify this or any other software product which can
: do this, I'd appreciate it.

It does sound like Data Junction, which is mentioned by one of previous
messages.

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Sat, 11 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Data conversion utility?
Jim: each of the database products themselves
can handle the conversion to and from a few
other formats.. Data Junction and/or DBMSCopy
can handle *hundreds* of different formats..

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represent Borland International in any official capacity.



Mon, 13 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Data conversion utility?
Steve,
     why You don't consider using Microsoft Excel ?

Cesare



Thu, 23 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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