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Thanks, I already googled for that, of course.
This is also why, as I jddbc above, even a “workaround” would fit in my planned usage: Go to original post. Still have a question?
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? You can specify additional properties to the JDBC driver by placing them in a java.
Like I said I think it is possible but I could be wrong, I’ve never done it anyway and it wouldn’t be a really popular idea. How can we connect with a database? Maybe the easiest and portable udbc is non-free JDBC, but I will study all the ways and I’ll post the adapted solution for the costumer Thanks again.
Using JDBC with FoxPro database
I read about ndbc. You do this by setting the jdbc. But I have doubts: This content has been marked as final. To specify a Character Encoding Scheme other than the client default.
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I need to support an old accounting application that is based on visual foxpro. How can I create a database using Java? This content has been marked as final.
I don’t have a VFP licence. You may find interesting to use a jdbc driver for foxpro files. Indicates the action when memo file is missing. Get started for free.
The second method is the most common and involves you loading the driver yourself. Also found this Example to access a dbf.
Is the bridge driver not working for you? Any help is appreciated To specify DBF driver’s timeout in jxva to wait until other processes or Xbase applications released record lock or table lock.
Correct Answers – 4 points. Please enter a title. How do I connect to database using localhost with C? So I think your customer needs to pick the option above that best meets the requirements.