Migration from Paradox to MS Access or VB.Net/MS SQL

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Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Windows XP
Paradox 11
SQL
VB.NET
VB.NET 2008
Windows Server 2007
We have a department that has several applications running on Paradox 11.  They need assistance migrating their tables and application UI/code to another platform.  Any feedback or guidance would be appreciated.

Software/Hardware used:
Windows XP desktop, Windows Server 2007

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  • Gent01
    I don't know anything about paradox, but here is the most basic way: I am assuming you can export from paradox into some sort of spreadsheet or text format. Export the data to text create tables in mysql and import the data.
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