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I need a skilled developer to create a set of scripts that will synchronize data between my AuctionWizard2000 database and my Opencart (cubecart, oscommerce) database. My specific requirements are as follows: 1) Learn the structure of AW 2000 database (old Paradox format, but work fine via Windows ODBC) - download here setup exe file, install it, run trial, restore inventory database from the attached file (restore in AW interface) and use this data for the export-import. Paradox DB files are in database folder. 2) Learn the structure of DB of opencart (or cubecart, or oscommerse) and ensure you understand it 3) map the data fields between source and target databases. 4) Make script which will update products on the server from source database on my desktop. Main tables for the im...