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Default Converting to FoxPro 2.6 Format


I am displaying the data returned from stored procedure in my .aspx page using datagrid. How can I convert the displayed data into FoxPro 2.6 format using C#.

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Do you have FoxPro available? If so, why don't you convert it into a neutral format, like csv, and import it into FP from that. You automate FoxPro, but making it compatible with the old version of the table may be a challenge.

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