I am writing an app for a client that has been using software that stores the data in files with a .tps extension. The client only has the runtime version of the app and not the DB product. Based on my research it looks like these files are being created with an old, old version of a product called Clarion. Does anyone know if that is true?
It is a small project with a small budget so purchasing the Clarion product is not a viable option. Of course these file formats are so old that the current Clarion product might not recognize them. Are their any utilities or drivers available to read or export these files into a recognizeable format?
Bringing the legacy data into the new system will be very helpful to the client.
I have researched this on EE and several past responses point to a product from a company called 'TopSpeed' but the links provided to get to this company are no longer active.
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