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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Investigate Unknown database file type?

    hello guys,
    i'm new on this forum, i got a file with .inn extension but have a problem while i want to access it. i've tried so many ways to access such that file.
    The extension maybe masked by the developer for security reason, i try to change the extension to .dbf and .mdb to access it from odbc but still cannot access it.

    please help me to investigate that file.
    the file is included on the attachment

    thanx in advance for all of your answer.

    regards,
    canfield
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    mysql innodb table?
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    Perhaps Essbase Temporary Analytic Services index file?
    Or Cobol/2 overlay?
    (Found those two using Google service. Never heard about Essbase before ...)

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    Cool

    You may not be able to rescue this data.
    The file seems to contain no data definitions (schema), therefore unless you have the originating program AND this program has some default/embedded definitions, then you maybe could access the data in this file.

    Otherwise, it is useless to try and figure out data structures in a file which you do not have the design format.


    The person who says it can't be done should not interrupt the person doing it. -- Chinese proverb

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