How to delete record from dbf file using python dbf module?

February 16, 2018, at 11:23 PM

I'm trying to write/delete records in a visual foxpro 6 dbf file, using python 2.7 and the dbf package:

import dbf
tbl = dbf.Table('test.dbf')
rec = tbl[0]


<class 'dbf.ver_2.Record'>
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:/Python/Projects/test/", line 11, in <module>
  File "C:\Python\Projects\test\venv\lib\site-packages\dbf\", line 2503, in __getattr__
    raise FieldMissingError(name)
dbf.ver_2.FieldMissingError: 'delete_record:  no such field in table'

Here is the documentation for that package:

The record object really does not have this method, but it is documented. The table is opened in read-write mode. (But it is also true that the Table() constructor should return an opened table, but it returns a closed table instead.)

What am I doing wrong?

The biggest problem is that there are no other options. The only other package I know of is "dbfpy" but that does not handle vfoxpro 6 tables, and it does not handle different character encodings.

Answer 1

That documentation is out of date. (My apologies.)

What you want is:

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