I have a client that wants to know if an application I am developing for them using Microsoft Foxpro will run on...
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his iSeries system. He already has an application that keeps track of his inventory on the iSeries. Without knowing the name of that software I want to know if its database is ODBC compliant. NO! Foxpro CAN'T execute on the iSeries. He could automate a file transfer to Windows and then run Foxpro OR use Java, which can access data and call programs on both systems simultaneously.
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