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convert FMX file to FMB file

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need convert FMX file to FMB file,,, can any body help me ?
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Question by:khalilsaeed
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I don't think so.
The reverse engineering of the binary .fmx files into the form definition file .fmb is not really wanted from a security point of view - certainly thats why I think there aren't any utilities to do this.
Unfortunately you may just have to recreate the .fmb file :(
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Swerves is right.

Although, you can open the .fmx in a good text editor and glean most of the SQL from it if that helps any...
... but that is all she wrote.

Hope this helps!
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by:Naveen Kumar
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you cannot convert .fmx to .fmb back.

do you atleast have the converted .txt or .fmt for the .fmb in question ?

Thanks
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