I've got two dBase IV databases (or actually user chooses them) and
1. I wanna chech that databases structures are same kind of that bases can be compined.
2. Then I wanna add one database to another so that there isn't any dublicates (or make a new one).
I've got one database where is datas from 1/1/1998 30/6/1998 and another where is data from 1/5/1998 to 31/7/1998. Then user can choose if he wanna update first database or update second database or make a new database where is datas from 1/1/1998 to 31/7/1998.
I guess I can some way open Recordset so that it chooses datas from both databases so that there isn't dublicates and then I have to make a new database where I copy those Recordsets datas? Or can I open recordset which chooses only datas from DB1 which aren't in DB2 and copy datas in the DB2 or vice versa?
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