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Recover RWD data

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Hi, I Would like make my own program for get and processing my *.rwd files.

 

I would like know the binary format for the *.rwd files, it?s possible get a description of this format?, or I only can work with the *.txt files?, my interest is save time of export the RWD to ASCII, and have multiples files with the same information, for that is important to me learn how work with the binary file.

 

Thanks in advance for any help

 

My best regards,

 

Freddy Coal

 

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 Hi -

 

Unfortunately, NRG does not release the binary description of the RWD files as it is considered a proprietary format. 

However, you can call instances of SDR software to translate the RWD files to TXT, and also to import them into the NRG site file (*.nsd) which uses a MicroSoft Access compatible database. 

For more information, please see:  http://forum.nrgsystems.com/forums/t/149.aspx

 

 

 

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Hi John, I know that RWD is a propetary format, with this in mind, my next question is if I can use your software in background for import RWD files to TXT files?, I can include your software for translate (obviously mention the program and your contact data)?, My interest is make my propertary software for my clients, like and bonus from him.

 My other question if when I import data with the next command:  SDR.exe /s file.rwd, in some cases I get a file with the next text:

 "Skipped: No matching site file", how can solve that?

Thanks in advance for your help.

 F.C.

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