Forum: Ruby on Rails Ruby on Btrieve, it's possible?

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A65f64ff9db476822de60003a2785347?d=identicon&s=25 Anyel Black (anyel)
on 2009-03-09 23:55
Hi guys! Sorry, but i don't write very good in english, anyway, let's
go.

I work in a company that uses a ERP software with Btrieve Database, can
i (it's possible) building a webapplication to access this data on
btrieve? Only queries and reports.

PS: I never worked with Ruby, just ASP and .Net.

Thanks.
Aafa8848c4b764f080b1b31a51eab73d?d=identicon&s=25 Phlip (Guest)
on 2009-03-10 00:11
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Anyel Black wrote:
> Hi guys! Sorry, but i don't write very good in english, anyway, let's
> go.
>
> I work in a company that uses a ERP software with Btrieve Database, can
> i (it's possible) building a webapplication to access this data on
> btrieve? Only queries and reports.
>
> PS: I never worked with Ruby, just ASP and .Net.

Google only gives 10 hits for [ruby btrieve]...

This might work:

  - oledb (odbc) -> dao -> ruby

Or you might shell to a command line program that reads Btrieve and
writes a
tab-delimited text file format, then read that and use it.

--
   Phlip
A65f64ff9db476822de60003a2785347?d=identicon&s=25 Anyel Black (anyel)
on 2009-03-12 14:58
Phlip wrote:
> Anyel Black wrote:
>> Hi guys! Sorry, but i don't write very good in english, anyway, let's
>> go.
>>
>> I work in a company that uses a ERP software with Btrieve Database, can
>> i (it's possible) building a webapplication to access this data on
>> btrieve? Only queries and reports.
>>
>> PS: I never worked with Ruby, just ASP and .Net.
>
> Google only gives 10 hits for [ruby btrieve]...
>
> This might work:
>
>   - oledb (odbc) -> dao -> ruby
>
> Or you might shell to a command line program that reads Btrieve and
> writes a
> tab-delimited text file format, then read that and use it.
>
> --
>    Phlip


I'll try. If I have problems, I will ask for help in forum, again.

Thanku, Phlip.
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