From: Gerben Kessen (gerben.kessen(_at_)wantit.nl)
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 15:48:29 +0200
It's just what you say, when you cannot include them in the exe (even that
is not 100% secure (think of decompilers)), you cannot hide the files.
They are not even save for people who own excel or something like that. So
you can encrypt the data, but that will cost you a lot of performance or you
have to upgrade to Sql server.
"Anonymous" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have an application where most tables are too large to wrap into the
> executable. It would make the executable too large. That's ok. So I
> only put my smaller tables in the executable and wrapped it into the
> exe so at least (I thought) people can't read my cross-reference files
> thus exposing my framework.
> I then deleted the tables from the hard drive because I thought they
> would be wrapped into the exe, but I get an error message upon
> execution that the file is not found. How can I hide my tables from
> people who own the professional version FoxPro? Someone actually asked
> me which files are the cross reference files and even explained why
> they wanted to know!