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Can I access the database directly?

We expect to offer an ODBC connect option in the future.  Until then, please contact support@thornsoft.com if you have reason to access the datafiles directly.  We have tools to help with specific operations.  But the general answer is no, you shouldn't be dealing with the database files directly. 

 



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Created: 03:03 PM 01.03.03
Author: Chris Thornton

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