I'm using an application that use a Borland database. Don't know version or anything, but I think data is saved in a folder called db and in files with the extension .db. It's a very simple application and now I'm in need of some extra reports. Is it possible to use Access and an odbc driver to connect to this kind of database? What kind of odbc driver should I try to use? Appreciate any tips or hints in this matter.
Have you tried SQLite or Absolute DB? Both have the ".DB" files.
But again it could be encrypted data and you need a key/password. So many options. If not risky upload that file, let's work on something.
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