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VB.net Connect to Pastel Database

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Hi

I have been asked to connect my VB.net project to a Pastel database.
I have gathered that Pastel uses Pastel Pervasive and found
connection strings here...
http://www.connectionstrings.com/pervasive
Is this the correct approach? How would I find the database name, userID and password?
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On the server, start the Pervasive Control Center and expand the tree view. You should see a list of databases there. User and password should be empty, unless security is enabled.

If you need more detail, provide your exact Pervasive version first, as much has changed in the product over its 30-year lifespan.
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Thanks very much
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