PERVASIVE BTRIEVE ODBC DRIVER
How did it go? Getting data from ‘classic’ systems is what they are all about. Then only install the pervasive client, not the server trial version. The preferred method is for this info to be carried in the DSN. Hope some of this helps. Ian Whybrow Logistics Technologies. See if anyone understand the flowing stuff.
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It would appear that when the ODBC connection is used that any indexes set up in the Pervasive database are not employed – so a full table scan is used each time. You have to make sure that the DDF’s are correctly pointing to the location of the files.
The preferred method is for this info to be carried in btrievd DSN. I always needed a DDF pervasivd. Re performance it seemed to work quite well on large data sets but hard to say if there will be an improvement over Pervasive ODBC drivers. You mean the Connect product? Think of it like a mini-OEM agreement. I have not worked with making DDF’s from Magic before so I do not know how it handles logical names included in the file name or if it looks at the database name and goes to the trouble of interpreting it to find where the file is actually located.
Where did you source the progress drivers from?
After that you can create a connection through the qlikview code interface. This can be in single-user copies, 1 thousand-user copy or any combination in between. You need to download the trial version from here: Your email is included with the abuse report.
Ian, I understand that, but if you follow that through, what did Magic put in the DDF concerning the file location. Ok, now I managed to connect using the progress drivers. That way, table locations can be modified by the application at runtime, “on the fly”. Ian Whybrow Logistics Technologies Tired of missing calls while online?
The Btrieve (Pervasive.SQL) Driver
If you plan on doing this more than occasionally, I strongly recommend you consider popping for the hundred bucks it takes to buy Synopsis’ SuperDDF utility. Still, I am only able to pull data from one table at a time. DDF, it created the btieve for this as a Signed Integer. I’ll test over the weekend.
System Column Data Type Inconsistency. Hi Steve We’ve seem to run into the same problem. DAT which I cannot force it prvasive accept. HOwever, when I try to open wither or both it says it cannot find Orders or Shipment, check to make sure the name is correct. Btrieve 12 is available for purchase only in the form of a Limited Distribution License LDLwhich allows the license holder to make and distribute copies of Btrieve 12 pfrvasive part of their application.
How did it go? Hi Guys, Just quickly I’ve had some experience connecting to Pervasive databases when supporting a Sage product Platinum for Windows if that rings a bell We’ve seem to run into the same problem.
ODBC Data Integration for Pervasive SQL – DataDirect Connectivity
We keep our SSL version upto date. Maybe the DDF builder can be downloaded somewhere on the internet, it was a free extra with some of the other smithware products. These components have dramatic effects on oddbc performance, reliability and portability. When you say one table at a time, I’m assuming you can’t run any join operations, bgrieve. Doing this in the desktop version of QlikView it appears to hang, as the time elapsed is only updated as rows come in, it is also impossible to cancel out cleanly unless rows are being brought in.
The files you reference here are to short to have spaces in them, but I thought I would mention that for future reference.