How can we use SQL 2000 or latest with Visual FoxPro

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Hello Friends I want use SQL in visual foxprox. how can do it. I ready many website, but all answer not fully cleared. Please send me Solutions. My Computer (SQL Server 2005 and Coputer Name) name is SEMSVR. Waiting your reply.
ASKED: September 27, 2008  5:11 AM
UPDATED: June 28, 2010  4:43 PM

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What specific questions do you have? There are tons to pages which show how to connect to SQL Server such as <a href=”http://fox.wikis.com/wc.dll?Wiki~VFPCommandSQLStringConnect~VFP”>this one</a>, <a href=”http://www.devarticles.com/c/a/SQL-Server/How-to-Connect-to-a-SQL-Server-from-Visual-FoxPro/”>this one</a> and <a href=”http://www.rennovationsoftware.com/how-to-connect-to-sql-server-from-visual-foxpro.html”>this one</a>.

Fox Pro is a pretty old platform. You might want to look at moving to another development platform such as VB.NET or C#.

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  • Databaseproblem
    I want upload DBF file on sql server using foxpro .exe and could nt please suggest
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  • Jsmaccready
    Moving foxpro data stored in dbf files can be attempted using SQL Server Intetgration Server as a Data Flow Task using an ODBC connection string. Among the ODBC drivers included are 'Microsoft FoxPro VFP Driver (*.dbf)' and 'Microsoft Visual FoxPro Driver'. I have not used these but The are listed as available when I go through the dialog to Create New Data Source' in the Connection Manager pane of the Control Flow tab of the package designer.
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