Posted on 2006-11-12
A client has asked me to take a look at a foxpro backend and access frontend system. The issue the client is having is that no one has any foxpro experience as the developer has long since gone. I've yet to see the application but it would be good to know if there are any solid reasons to move away from this architecture i.e. are there any know limitations with foxpro. (I will be finding out the version number tomorrow but I suspect is an old version of foxpro).
I may be advising the clinet to move to an access backend and frontend design so the more reasons I can give the better.