?Use of a "view" database

From: Jeff Boyce (JeffBoyce_IF_at_msn.com-DISCARD_HYPHEN_TO_END)
Date: 05/04/04

Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 06:50:55 -0700

I work in MS Access, but have need to "see" data in a VFP table. I was
pointed to a KB article that suggests that a new, empty VFP database can be
created, and "views" created inside that db, as a way of getting around
issues with indexes in the original VFP db. I don't need to update anything
in the VFP db.

Anyone have any experience/caveats about setting up a "view-only" VFP db?
And/or using MS Access to link to those views?



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