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.tps data file in Clarion?

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I need to extract information from .tps files in a database I think was created in 'Clarion'.
All the data is stored in the .tps files and runs in a 'run time' environment.  I need to extract the information and put it into Access or Excel to analyse it beyond the 'run time' capabilities.
Any ideas how I can 'open' these files separately and covert to Access or Excel?
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by:kelfink
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If you still have Clarion installed, I think you can export the tps file in DB III or DBIV format, which Access can read.
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by:gymp
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I do not have Clarion only the 'run time'application and data files.  I was hoping there was a way to 'import' the .tps files directly into another application.
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Is obtaining a copy of Clarion my only option?
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by:eddiejr
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Hi, i have the Clarion IDE, if you want, i can convert that files for you. Or i can do an application for convert, i just need to know the file structure or the file.
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