.dbf file convert in mysql database using

Posted on 2008-11-03
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I need to convert the foxpro .dbf file to mysql
with the using of can any one help me
regd this. like any code snip, or any useful links.
Question by:sudanshu
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    It's very broad question. but I'll try to post some useful links:
    To connect to both databases:
    OleDbConnection class =
    The command class to work with the connection:
    The OleDbDataReader, that you can use to read the whole source database, and create a temporary storage, like a DataSet:
    A data adapter would work too:
    Then, is up to you how you upload the data to MySql, there are many considerations to take in account, but, basically, you should be all right using the above classes.

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