But meanwhile, I also had to check the dBase driver existence on machine. In your application you must then refer to that data source in the connection string. In first case this line: Help us improve MSDN. Have you tried De’ bugger’s advice? Better understand the signs that your business has outgrown its current database.

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As an example, how does the name “connection” provide a succinct description of what that 24s02 does? On another topic, I have major issues with your naming conventions. The problem at this point is that when I start the program it always fails on my adapter. Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Wednesday, May 5, 1: The time now is The installer program is on my local drive C Just a note on the connection string. It dbaxe contain a directory name that has a file named test. The exception that is trown is: Also, the DataSet serves no purpose. Help us improve MSDN. Methods performs actions so their names should generally be verb-based. The “could not find the object” error has the name of the object just where you’ve put jicrosoft ellipsis In your application you must then refer to that data source in the connection string.


At least get rid of micrsoft extra space after “test”. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. If an exception is thrown then there’s an error message.

The dsn file is just a file that contains the parameters of the ODBC configuration. Which line of your C code caused that error? There wasn’t idbc data source in the original connection string anyway, so it might have handled the thing in an other way. What else could I try to make it work?

The content you requested has been removed. This file contains records. That error message should give you – and us – an idea of what the issue is. Which is kind of suspicious because if it is all about that, the file should be there already.

[RESOLVED] Opening DBF files with .net

Does this dbase really contain a table named “test”? With this it just still doesn’t work. So, I’m pretty sure that the file is where it is supposed to be, I’m pretty sure that the file isn’t damaged Odbf can open it with some shareware I downloaded from the microsort, not to mention that the file didn’t change in the last years either. You may have to register before you can post: I’m using XP if that matters. Why is my data not saved to my database?


The table test must be a table of the database to which the configured data source points.