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12 Articles Found in the Interactive Paradox: Using Data Topic 

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CliffSuttle
1. A Data Normalization Primer - Part 1 A data normalization primer first published in Prestwood eMagazine August 2002 by Cliff Suttle.
12 years ago, and updated 6 years ago
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2. A Data Normalization Primer - Part 2 This article by Cliff Suttle was first published in the Halloween 2002 issue of Prestwood eMagazine.
12 years ago, and updated 6 years ago
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3. A Data Normalization Primer - Part 3 In October we finally normalized our invoice data base. In this final part III, there will be little in the way of review, so if you’re lost, don’t be lazy, read parts I and II.
12 years ago, and updated 6 years ago

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4. Add Audit Fields Add a field called ModifyTimeStamp to every table in your project and set its Default value to NOW. These types of audit fields can be very helpful in business situations and are critical in many. Other types of audit fields you can add to the end of tables include CreateTimeStamp and EmployeeID.
7 years ago, and updated 6 years ago

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5. How to Sort a Paradox Table Using an Index

You can use Format | Filter while viewing a table to apply a secondary index.

7 years ago, and updated 5 years ago
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6. Import Excel 2003, XP, 2007 into Corel Paradox How do I import an Excel 2003, XP, or 2007 spreadsheet?
6 years ago
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7. Paradox and PNG Images

Does Paradox for Windows support .PNG image files?

5 years ago

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8. Paradox Database A Paradox Database is a set of related Paradox tables (usually in the same directory).
7 years ago, and updated 6 years ago

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9. Project Alias A project alias, like public aliases, point to a folder. Project aliases are stored in the PDOXWORK.CFG file, which is loaded whenever you change working directories.
7 years ago, and updated 6 years ago
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10. Types of Tables -- Which Type to Use Paradox versus dBASE tables. Which to use in Paradox for Windows.
6 years ago, and updated 6 years ago

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11. Use an Alias to Refer to Your Paradox Tables Put your tables in a directory different from the one that contains the forms, reports, and libraries. Use an alias to refer to the tables. This makes your application instantly a network-compatible application by making the tables relocatable. When you install the application onsite, you simply have to ask where to put the data and where to put the application. The application can be local or on the network. Place the data files where they need to be, and change the alias path. If you eventually want to move your data onto a SQL server, then you will have less code to rewrite.
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12. What are aliases? Why use them? Overview of why using BDE aliases are a good idea.
6 years ago, and updated 5 years ago
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