I can’t proceed to import my file in KeePass

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Hi Everyone,

Here I go again have some problem with KeePass when already done the developing data in archiving management system made and have to import the other file on my program created. I was wondering why I can’t proceed to import my file were other files can be import. What wrong with my KeePass accessing with my program created?

Can guide me with this problem. Thanks in advance for helping!

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Importing/exporting data from/to KDB files is only supported on Windows (because a library is

Please use a different file format for migrating your data.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #117199

I can’t proceed to import my file in KeePass

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Hallo Harvi,

If you can use keepass to import other files successfully except for one that you are saying, then the problem could be with the files itself and not keepass.

You should check if you have set any security credentials on the file that prevents it from being imported and change that in case you find any. Also check the format that the file is in, because it may be in a formatted that cannot be imported using keepass.

But in case the problem is with keepass, it will be in the settings and you will have to check and verify that.

Hope this helps.

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Regards
Lee Hung

 

Answered By 570760 points N/A #309844

I can’t proceed to import my file in KeePass

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This problem happens because you are using Linux Ubuntu. If you’re on Microsoft Windows this shouldn’t happen because the KDB file format used by KeePass to store the database is supported on Windows. The KDB database file format used by KeePass is not supported on Linux Ubuntu. If your KeePass is using or supporting the KDB file format, it means you are using a very old version of KeePass.

The KDB database file format is used and supported in KeePass 1.x. In KeePass 2.x, the KDB database file format was upgraded or changed to KDBX. Now, since you are using a very old version, try downloading the latest KeePass Password Safe. The latest version at the moment, KeePass 2.38, supports Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 both 32-bit and 64-bit.

Support for Microsoft Windows XP has been dropped.

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