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ODBC drivers and middleware for DBF file

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I am trying to use Web+ with ODBC to access a foxpro style
DBF file on LINUX.  I am having problems finding an ODBC
driver and the middleware necessary to accomplish this.
Any suggestions or direction would be appreciated.
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Ok, here ya go:
Commecial grade (cost ya) http://www.openlink.com (free 30 day trial) Only interfaces with Postgresql
Free (I Love THAT word!) ftp://ftp.uu.net/pub/database/perl-interfaces/other/iODBC
ftp://ftp.demon.co.uk/pub/perl/db/other/iODBC
the programs are iodbc and nnodbc
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heres couple of place to check:
http://users.ids.net/~bjepson/freeODBC/

testing on linux now
http://www.fh-albsig.de/~ohme/FILES/iODBC-1.00.5.zip

works on:
       mSQL 1.0x (OS/2, Unix)
       mSQL 2.0x (OS/2, Unix)
       IBM DB/2 (OS/2)
       Solid SQL Server (OS/2)
       Oracle 7.x via OCI (Unix)
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