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  1. #1
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    How do I determine a database type.

    I have a database I am converting. The files have the extentions of .inf .inx .dat .dbf .rpt .

    I have tried all releases of dbase foxpro and paradox to no avail. Is there a tool available to tell me what type of database created the files?

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    INX and DBF look like old MS DOS FoxBase.....


    check this...
    http://www.geocities.com/Bondar_Eugen/bdbfsmain.htm
    http://www.dbf2002.com/

    or try to find your format here
    http://www.wotsit.org/search.asp?s=database


    jiri

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    Re: How do I determine a database type.

    Originally posted by ajpeters
    I have a database I am converting. The files have the extentions of .inf .inx .dat .dbf .rpt .

    I have tried all releases of dbase foxpro and paradox to no avail. Is there a tool available to tell me what type of database created the files?
    This Page shows a dictionary of File Types, which looks comprehensive but doesn't include .INX :-
    http://www.computeruser.com/resource...filetypes.html


    Good luck !!!

    Barry Williams

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