The 2019 CSD Portfolio release saw us move to use of a new database format, .sqlite. For those with legacy ASER format databases (.ind, .msk, .tcd), or .sqlite in-house databases from 2018 or earlier, you will first need to convert these old databases to the latest .sqlite format in order to use them with current CSD software such as ConQuest.

So that we can provide you with the latest tools that will enable this, please contact us at

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