Tutility rebuilding Paradox


You might want to take a look at the DataSentry and SelfCheck API
products from Logic Process. Using a "clone" table approach (an empty
table with the same structure), corrupted tables can be rebuilt
according to the known good structure definition. This rebuilding can
be done from the standalone DataSentry Data Maintenance Utility (which
is a Win95 or WinNT4 application), or from your own 16-bit or 32-bit
Delphi applications using the SelfCheck API routines.

If you are interested, you may download the free full-featured trial
version of these products from http://www.logicprocess.com.

Hope this helps,

Jim McCullin
Logic Process Corporation

On Sat, 18 Oct 1997 10:59:49 +0100, "BERNAERT DOMINIQUE"

<max.berna...@unicall.be> wrote:
>Is it possible to rebuild indexes from a paradox table when the index is
>deleted ?
>I tried with Tutility, and it only repairs indexes he has found, he does not
>create indexes that are missing.

>Any solution ?

>Thank you.

>Bernaert Dominique.

>Email = max.berna...@unicall.be