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Reading Paradox tables from Access 2007
I have an Access application that imports data from Paradox tables in an existing, external application (Timeslips by Sage). App was originally written in Access 2003 and I was able to link to several Paradox tables and read them successfully (no update is required). We upgraded to Access 2007 and the existing Paradox links work just fine but I have been unable to create new read-only links to more of the Timeslips' Paradox tables. The new Import wizard assumes a read-write link and then fails with the error:      "Unexpected error from external database driver (11010)." Development is on a Windows7 64-bit machine and deployed to a WindowsXP machine (soon to be upgraded to Windows7). I've tried linking on both machines and NoGo. I've also tried searching the web for code that could handle this but to no avail. Any suggestions as to how I can accomplish this?  Thanks very much.,
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13 years ago
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Thread 4 of 5

PHP connecting through ODBC for Paradox table(.db)
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14 years ago
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It is a file-based database system with each table in a separate file or files., , high-performance metal detector
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Paradox on Windows Server 2012
We migrated from using a run of the mill Windows XP box as a server to Windows Server 2012; one of the applications we use is a simple 3 table database which stopped working the moment the files were being accessed from the new server. We could see data but trying to add anything would result in a Lock Time Out error. I discovered that if I remove Referential Integrity from the detail table structure, and just assign it through the data model on the form, everything works. Would it be OK to leave it like that? or would it be somehow dangerous for the integrity of the data? Could the problem have come from some setting on the server? The person who installed the server for us doesn't think so but I'm not sure he is as familiar with Windows 2012 Server as I thought. For the time being I will be monitoring the data and checking that nothing is lost. Any suggestions? Thanks
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc. « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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"No more files" error
Upgraded a win 7 box to win 10.  Using a win 7 client.  Now recieve the error: Cannot open: :dbx:table.db No More files. Table: table.db Table: \\earth\database\xxx Happens both manually and programatically.  Can usually get it to work if I quickly try to access same table/query again.  The longer I wait before retrying the greater the chance it will error again. I see some similar issues online after Win 10 updates. Do we have a fix?
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Tables « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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isTable and isFile force the file buffers to flush, so that makes sense.. and really can help as a warning here, if you're getting "false" returns, when you know you shouldn't be
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Hello Prestwood Board Users!
Hi Everyone,, , My name is Karen, and I have been working with computers since, well, I remember punch cards, now isn't that scary. Why, I was taking a computer class in California in databases, and it was the FIRST database class given, and well, they never got it working so that we could actually try it, so it was just a theoretical from the book class., , We used to write "programs" in Q&A - anyone out there remember Q&A, and dBase, and FoxPro, and Paradox. I'm sure there were others, but I'm just highlighting some things for background sake., , I look forward to reading your posts to learn what you all are doing these days., , We still write Paradox stand alones and debate regularly whether to stick with Paradox or move on. We are currently moving into the web arena and enjoying it., , That's all about me for now. Nice to meet you all.
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