dbfpy - cannot store new record
gandalf at shopzeus.com
Fri May 22 16:32:59 CEST 2009
> dbfpy is very old code.....
> Try setting up a CHAR(1) field and filling it with "Y" or "N" or
> "T" or "F".. indicating yes,no,true or false...
Unfortunately, my task is to import records into a database that is used
by an old foxpro program. I'm not allowed to change the database
structure in any way.
> otherwise... just debug the dbfpy code...
This is what I'll do. Thanks.
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