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DBConvert for MS FoxPro and MS SQL

DBConvert for MS FoxPro and MS SQL converting data from MS FoxPro databases to MS SQL server and from SQL servers to FoxPro databases.

New Product Showcase for SQL Server DevelopmentDBConvert for FoxPro and MS SQL is a database migration tool for converting data from MS FoxPro databases to MS SQL server and vice versa.

  DBConvert for MS FoxPro and MS SQL

DMSoft Technologies' DBConvert for FoxPro and MS SQL offers several configuration options in a wizard interface or in a command line.

The ability to organize application work using command-line parameters is supplemented with a scheduler, so you can run the program without user control after scheduling tasks.

If direct access to a MS SQL database is denied because of insufficient privileges, for example, save your data into MS SQL Dump to overcome server restrictions. The destination file consists of MS SQL statements to recreate all tables and fill them with data. You can also generate FoxPro program files (.prg) with internal SQL script to update remote FoxPro databases.

DBConvert for FoxPro and MS SQL
Figure 1: A screenshot of DBConvert for FoxPro and MS SQL.

Other DBConvert for FoxPro and MS SQL features include the following:

  • Advanced command-line processing
  • Data filter support
  • Scheme support
  • Data mapping
  • Ability to choose working folders for Logs and Sessions Multi-language GUI mode
  • Conditional data migration
  • Ability to save sessions

System requirements: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT with IE 4.01; at least 32 MB RAM; privileges to write into databases on the target SQL Server.

Pricing: One copy costs $79; four copies cost $158; eight copies cost $237; 20 copies cost $395; a site-wide license costs $792.

This was last published in March 2009

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