August 25th, 2005, 04:00 PM #1
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How do I use a Paradox database on a network?
I have an old Paradox database that some of our users still operate from time to time. Recently the machine that the database was on bit the dust. Now I am trying to put this database on our server so that the users can use it that way. Does anyone know how to setup Paradox to work on a network?
*Edit* I forgot to mention that the database works on my local machine but when I put it out onto the server that's when it doesn't work.
I wish I had more information but I've never dealt with Paradox before and yadda yadda.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by ASOmegaTron; August 25th, 2005 at 04:06 PM.
August 25th, 2005, 04:28 PM #2
The Corel.com web site should have Paradox info. You will need to know the version of Paradox you are using and whether you are using the multi-user or single user version. If it was working on a network before, then you must have the multi-user version. So you may have to set up some type of shares for it in Win and/or Paradox. I have only played with Paradox on my own machine.
. There are reference books out there for most versions of Paradox too - check places like eBay, Amazon and alibris.com. And there are also several forums for Paradox users - a section on tektips.com for example and some others are linked off the Corel web site.
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