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[2003.04.30] Visual FoxPro 8.0: The venerable database tool gets a makeover



[2003.08.26] In a message on the UT ( Re: Check out latest MSDN Flash Thread #822988 Message #823103 ) Ken Levy tells us:
Visual FoxPro news is soley the top story in MSDN Flash today. Here is the entire opening section of the MSDN Flash newsletter, sent to over 500,000 people world wide:
MSDN Flash: August 25, 2003
Many-to-one and one-to-many: The addition of the Visual FoxPro Developer Center to the MSDN Developer Centers puts a host of diverse information in one place for Visual FoxPro developers, and the Visual FoxPro OLE DB Provider lets you get access to your Visual FoxPro data from many places. And don't forget to read Ken Levy's introduction - in this issue's top stories.
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» Top Stories
New Visual FoxPro Developer Center Now Online
We've just launched a new UI for Visual FoxPro on MSDN. Get the latest product information, technical information, support and community all in one place. Don't miss VS Data Product Manager, Ken Levy's introduction.
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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Visual FoxPro 8.0 Available
The Visual FoxPro OLE DB Provider (VfpOleDB.dll) exposes OLE DB interfaces that you can use to access Visual FoxPro databases and tables from other programming languages and applications.
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Ken Levy
VS Data Product Manager

[2003.05.02] Wow, amazing. See other Spectacular Underachievements. See also , and thereon click developer tools, observe this leads to Visual Studio, with no links to VFP. I told Ken Levy about this on April 28th 2003. -- Steven Black This is fixed on July 28, 2003. It took 3 months. -- Steven Black
[2003.05.05] I attended the Windows Server 2003/Visual Studio .NET 2003 launch last week. On the evaluation form, under the part where you tell them what developement tools you use, they actually had "Visual FoxPro (any version)" listed. It was quite a surprise. - William Fields

Category VFP Marketing
( Topic last updated: 2003.08.26 02:59:14 PM )