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Convert my database from dpf to mdb

I need simple code in visual foxpro to convert my database from dbf to mdb

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Use access to import external data. It can read dbf and create mdb

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My visual foxpro database file currupted now this is not a table i want solve this problesm i want return to dbf

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A tool for repairing DBF Visual Fox Pro databases


Try eRepair DBF works with a wide variety of database programs for recovering data from files that have become damaged or corrupt. eRepair DBF can recover the file structure which includes table fields that make up a DBF file, information contained in the memo fields, and a variety of records that are commonly included in DBF files.

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How do dbf viewer do?


A linked server is basically just a pointer that lets the code within your database interact with external data sources as if they were also within your database/instance. There are some examples here for creating linked servers to DBF Viewer Tool:
http://www.dbf.viewertool.com/
So for example if you had a linked server to a FoxPro database called MyFoxProDB you could run a query within SQL Server like this:
UPDATE t
SET t.foo = x.bar
FROM dbo.LocalTable AS t
INNER JOIN MyFoxProDB...TableName AS x
ON t.key = x.key;
You could also consider using OPENROWSET as described in this question:
http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/databases/databases-aa/dbase-iv-clipper-foxpro/964-how-to-restore-a-corrupted-file

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How to recover a database on known *.bak file?


Completely - in any way. If you find also tbk the file - then is possible. bak is
backup copy of the dbf file, tbk - a backup copy of fpt (there a memo of a field are).
However you were perhaps lucky, and actually fpt the file wasn't cleared.
And it is possible "to restore" of course simple renaming of bak file into dbf file. Of course then have to be reindexed the table, and if the structure changed, in general, to recreate the indexes from scratch. and perhaps "to treat"
the container Database dbc/dct (if you use it of course).
If so it doesn't turn out, then try to restore through DBF Viewer Tool. It well restores.
http://www.dbf.viewertool.com/
Come here on a forum and look at councils for this subject is there.
http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/databases/databases-aa/dbase-iv-clipper-foxpro/1355-help-to-repair-dbf-file

Good luck!

Feb 10, 2015 | Microsoft Visual Fox Pro 9.0 - 34001231

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Database file appears corrupt: Page is of wrong type


At the start you could try have an environment under which the table is NOT validated when it is opened. This can be achieved with the command -
SET TABLEVALIDATE TO 0
0 being - Do not perform table validation.
Now the table can be opened, you need to reset the header record count to the correct value.

If it doesn`t work, you may recover it with help of third-party program, for instance Recovery Toolbox for DBF https://dbf.recoverytoolbox.com/

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HOW TO SOLVE VFP FILE CURRUPT WHEN POWER FAILURE


At times, you may view that your MS Visual FoxPro 9.0 database is behaving abnormally. Some of the abnormal symptoms could be an error message while opening any database table, invalid characters in place of pre-defined values, and and more. The main reason for abnormal behavior of the database is its corruption due some logical crash. Few common reasons for corruption of MS Visual FoxPro 9.0 database are abnormal termination, faulty network devices, simultaneous modifications, conflicting third-party software, and incompatible service packs.
To overcome such database corruption scenarios, the user can use an up-to-date backup and perform restoration. However, restoration fails in cases where the user either forgets to create a database or the database backup itself gets damaged. In such cases, the database users can use a third-party DBF File Repair application to repair his/her corrupted database.
To illustrate the above case, consider a real-time scenario wherein you execute a query to modify your MS Visual FoxPro 9.0 database. While the query was performing the modification, the system shutdown due to power failure. However, the next time you tried to mount the database, you encountered an error message that did not allow you to access the database records. Moreover, the same error message appears every time you try to access the database.
Cause:
The root cause for the error message is MS Visual FoxPro 9.0 database corruption due to improper system shutdown.
Resolution:
The database corruption error message can be surmounted by following the below steps:
Use a complete database backup and perform restoration. However, in case of database backup unavailability, you will need to search for a commercial DBF File Repair utility.
A third-party DBF Repair application uses effective repair techniques to repair logically damaged MS Visual FoxPro 9.0 database and restore it at a new and safe location. The original database during the repair process remains intact. The tool is easy-to-understand and allows even a non-technical person to perform repair.
DBF Recovery Software is a comprehensive solution to repair databases created in MS Visual FoxPro 9.0, MS Visual FoxPro 8.0, and MS Visual FoxPro 7.0. The tool also repairs databases built in dBase III, dBase IV, and dBase V. Supported by Windows 7, Vista, 2003, XP, and 2000, the DBF Repair tool creates a new repaired file that can be attached to existing database.
Tanvi Sharma is a self employed Internet entrepreneur and product reviewer. This DBF Repair utility is extremely useful when the dBase and Foxpro database gets corrupted due to internal program errors, hardware malfunctioning, accidental deletion of data and more. This DBF Repair software repairs all types of database components including table name, column name, column data type, indexes and primary keys.

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Import .dbf file format to tally 7.2 file format


Exist some tools for solving like issues, and to my mind one of them might be able to help in like situation. I found out one of them on an one soft forum - dbf recovery.

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Visual foxpro to access


hi
you need to use a ODBC conexion to trasport your tables into table .dbf in fox

or

you need to copy tur tables to excel documents an then import in vfp

bye

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