Depends on the version of Pervasive.SQL you're using:
Anything before Pervasive.SQL 2000 --> upgrade before trying. The ODBC driver was not completely thread safe.
Pervasive.SQL 2000i (unsupported by Pervasive) --> Use ODBC write a COM object to use the Btrieve API. ODBC is easier.
Pervasive.SQL V8 (supported) --> With ASP, use ODBC, OLEDB, or write a COM object to use the Btrieve API. ODBC / OLEDB is easier and ODBC is marginally faster. With ASP.NET, use the Pervasive Managed Provider, ODBC, OLEDB, or write a COM object to use the Btrieve API. Managed Provider (separate download from "downloads" at http://www.pervasive.com/developerzo...tforms/net.asp) is faster than ODBC/OLEDB.
All of these methods except the Btrieve API require DDFs. If you don't have them, you'll need to get them from the vendor of the application or create them yourself.
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