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Extracting data from a PICK database

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Hello Experts,
I have a client that wants to extract data from a PICK database on a UNIX box.  You'll have to bear with me because I don't really know anything about UNIX.
Can you tell me if there are any tools out there that would help in this process, or where a good place to start would be?
Thanks
Chad
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Altough i have not used it, i know that there is a tool
called Wintegrate that allows to import/export files
from pick databases.
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Thanks. I'll give it a shot.
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