You already probably installed the provider for Windows from mysql.com, so why not get a provider (if you don't already have one) for the other database and use the ODBC tools to try to auto convert for you?
If what you mean is to convert dbase4 to mysql and the final outcome or database is a mysql database, the answer is not a database conversion.
Both database has to stay in the system and develop a process that will bring data from dbase to mysql.
The client has a Goldmine Contact manager that uses dbase4 and they want to keep it that way. They have been using this technology for years and put alot of development into it. Somehow an agency that they answer to has this new software that uses Mysql. This enables that agency to access their data if they use this software(mysql).
The requirement is to change all their Goldmine system, my companys client doesnt want to do that.
We have to match their Goldmine tables to Mysql so that we can insert data from Goldmine dbase4 to a matching field in Mysql.
Since we havent work with Mysql. Im trying to find out the best way to do this.
Might be a little late for your project now, but I figured I'd answer the thread anyway.. Your answer is GOLDBOX, an add-on for GoldMine. www.redstonesoftbase.com
It can perform recurring database tasks with GoldMine data and can hook into external data sources (anything with an ODBC) for two way updating.. It's a veritable swiss army knife of GoldMine data handling. And the developer is a nice guy too..