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  1. #1
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    Dec 2003
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    Unanswered: Foxpro table security

    I am a FoxPro user. My database(*.DBC) and tables(*.DBF) can easily be open anytime by any people in the office. I want to put some security in such a way that nobody can touch it except me, by providing username and password. But I don't know how.

    In ordinary Foxpro window you can open a database / table in the command window (as long as you know some Foxpro commands), by using commands such as USE <table> or OPEN <database>, presto! you got it, the tables are wide open.

    I like files in MSWORD, EXCEL and ACCESS becasue you can attach username & password to your data file. So nobody can touch the files. I want myFoxpro tables/database just like that.

    Can anybody help me... pls write j_galla2002@yahoo.com or j_galla@hotmail.com

    Thank you.

  2. #2
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    Oct 2002
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    what version of FoxPro?

    If you have 7 or 8 you can use database events.

  3. #3
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    Mar 2004
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    Re: Foxpro table security

    Which version of foxpro ur using and on which platform????

    Originally posted by j_galla
    I am a FoxPro user. My database(*.DBC) and tables(*.DBF) can easily be open anytime by any people in the office. I want to put some security in such a way that nobody can touch it except me, by providing username and password. But I don't know how.

    In ordinary Foxpro window you can open a database / table in the command window (as long as you know some Foxpro commands), by using commands such as USE <table> or OPEN <database>, presto! you got it, the tables are wide open.

    I like files in MSWORD, EXCEL and ACCESS becasue you can attach username & password to your data file. So nobody can touch the files. I want myFoxpro tables/database just like that.

    Can anybody help me... pls write j_galla2002@yahoo.com or j_galla@hotmail.com

    Thank you.

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