PedPro supports import of pedigree data from Pedigree Assistant.
Please note that PedPro is not intended to be a drop-in replacement to Pedigree Assistant. Some data is not transferred. Please refer to the 'Limitations' section at the end of this page for further details.
This advice is intended to help you locate your pedigree data as stored by Pedigree Assistant.
In normal use Pedigree Assistant stores all your pedigrees in a single data file. Generally you would only have multiple data files if you have multiple breeds or some other reason to keep records for one group of animals separate to another.
The filename and folder where this data file is stored will have been chosen by you when you first used PA. If you still have access to the installed PA software you can find the filename and location by opening the program and selecting 'Database Properties' from the Database menu. This displays information about the open data file, including the full filename. This is the file you need to import into PedPro.
Failing that, you can search the computer where you had PA installed. The filename extension you need to search for depends on which version of PA you had - please refer to the table below. One way you can search for the file is with Windows Explorer: click the Windows 'Start' button, select All Programs, then Accessories, choose Windows Explorer, then use the search box to search your whole computer for files matching the search pattern below.
|Pedigree Assistant for Cats||*.cpd|
|Pedigree Assistant for Dogs||*.dpd|
|Pedigree Assistant (Generic)||*.gpd|
When importing from Pedigree Assistant the transfer includes all the data from your pedigrees but not the contact records (except for the names of breeder/owner, which are transferred).