convert table kind

Posted on 2006-05-28
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How can convert paradox tables into interbase table

Question by:ibrobar

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JDSkinner earned 1000 total points
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I refer you to another question where someone wanted to transfer data between two ib systems.
This was a modification of a routine that I use to transfer data from a Sage database Table
into an interbase table.

The main criteria is that the table structures are identical, so when you build the interbase table
copy the existing paradox table with respect to the order of table fields and their respective datatypes.
The interbase indexes do not need setting up at this stage.

If you need to use a good tool to create you interbase system try Database Workbench from Upscene.
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