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Does anybody know an opensource jdbc driver for use with Visual Fox Pro database dbf file? But I have doubts: Please type your message and try again. Have you looked at this jdbc type 4 compatible driver [1].

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Like the link I posted earlier there do seem to be a few free open-source projects for reading and writing DBF files from Java. I don’t know if it’s possible To do this, you use the DriverManager. If that value is incorrect, uing the directory of JDBC url. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

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This is also why, as I wrote above, even a “workaround” would fit in my planned usage: This content has been marked as final.


Any source that uses JDBC needs to import the java. Sign up using Email and Password.

Please type your message and try again. The second method is the most common and involves you loading the driver yourself.

Is the bridge driver not working for you? All memo columns will return null value.

For example, for command line apps you can use: I have the same question 0. You can specify additional properties to the JDBC driver by placing them in a java. Since I don’t really need high performances on this I can materialize tables later I also thought to bypass this issue either: Email Required, but never shown.

Maybe the easiest and portable way is non-free JDBC, but I will study all the ways and I’ll post the adapted solution for the costumer Thanks again. 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.

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And, as always happens, even if they “undervalue” this data source, once it’s in place, they could will want more I know it could seems cbf, but this is how I have to work here, every day Why do you feel you want such a thing? But I always used and would prefer either an open source driver, or an official driver, but it seems they both don’t exist for this data source, I would trust better those Thanks in advance Edited by: To specify a Character Encoding Scheme other than the client default.


When your code then tries to open a Connection, and you get a No driver available SQLException being thrown, this is probably caused by the driver not being in the class path, or the JDBC url not being correct. Thanks, I think the same. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

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You don’t have JavaScript enabled. I’d be more inclined to ditch foxpro personally. I’ll Post my code to make you understand completely.

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