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You might consider adding a step to the end of your nightly batch cycle to dump a sequence file to be downloaded. NET Providers enable out-of-the-box, real-time, standard, and seamless connectivity to a wide range of relational and non-relational data sources on platforms ranging from Windows to Mainframes, making the deployment of new projects, integration of existing systems and other projects extremely fast, highly performant and very cost effective.
The only other thing the internet suggests is that it may be a Flight Simulator file, which seems c-isaam Post as a guest Name.
MichaelRamirez, no, not really, though I’ve added the suggestion to run strings on the files to see if there’s anything useful in them. Failing that, it may be that the best solution is to contact the vendor of the management software to see if they’ll part with the information. I have had no luck finding an open source odbc to c-isam driver, is anyone aware of something that could possibly help here?
Otherwise you will have to work with your terminal emulator software.
This link may help: I hope this helps. You could try running a strings command on the files to see if any vendor-type information shows up. If it is a Flagship file, the documentation at the link given above states that the file format for database files but not indexes apparently is fully compatible with dBase III so you may be able to find software dBase, Djbc, FoxPro, Excel et al jdbf can extract the data if not the index info.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
Thanks for your input, Gary! The data folder compromises of of. I am trying to find a way to access a database of some management software which uses some kind of raw isam files to store the data.
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And after you accessed the data you might switch to GNU gdbm or some other free software indexed library. Hello everyone, I’m new to the site, and have a potentially difficult question You can then use SQL to access the data.
If the 1st byte is 04, 05, 13, 23, 33, 93, B3 it is a database with FlagShip extensions.