Up to 50,000 of your records converted to DbLink
7.5 Y2K ready platform FREE
- Data Conversion (Proprietary)
- If you are currently using database software, that your office products cannot
access, we will convert that data for you to run in our products. Our products data
files are compatible with all major software packages. When importing from our data
files to programs such as Excel, Lotus, Access, Delphi, SQL platforms etc. date fields are
sent as 4 digit year. Users who purchased and registered DbLink 7.5, can have up to 50,000 records converted, for
free, to this y2k 4 digit year platform, until further notice.
- Data Conversion
- If you are using or considering the purchase of data from other companies or local
government in Lotus, Dbase, Excel, Access etc. and you have any version of Dbase III+ or
higer, we have Free program file converters to our products.
- Public Support
- Due to increased interest in data conversion we will place code from Dbase II through
Visual Dbase 7 in public domain on our site. This will also include Clipper
code. Until this is done we will provide links to Web sites that can assist you with
most of your queries.
Please use the new DataHelp email box below only for non DbLink product inquiries. We will automate this box to
route your questions quickly.
Small businesses that are concerned with Year 2000 conversions
and are seeking affordable solutions use the Year2000 box.
We will also provide links to private programmers that can assist you.
Due to the demand on, and the fees that are being paid, for programmers we highly
encourage you to use FTP software and go to the Universities. Universities provide
outstanding support and conversion code can be had there for free.
- Additional Dbase Support (all
- A new company has recently purchased the Dbase trade name, support and software lineups
as Inprise (Borland / Ashton Tate) has chosen to embrace its Delphi line up. URL for new
Dbase company (under construction) is http://www.dbase2000.com.
News group support for Dbase is outstanding. In fact quicker support is, and always has be
been, available via news groups. This is a great link that will hook you up with
additional links to tons of prewritten scripts and news groups links. Be sure to create a
new bookmark folder called dbase and pop all the links you run into at this URL.
Last update 09/29/05