.PJT File Extension
Didger Project File
3.3 | 6 Votes
What is a PJT file?
Project file created by Didger, a program used for converting and combining spatial data; saves input file references and data tranformation settings; supports layers, which group data sets so they can be manipulated independently; enables data conversion projects to be saved.
Didger supports the import of a wide variety of spatial data formats, such as .DEM, .DT0, .DT1, .DT2, .SHP, .GRD, .E00, and .DLG.
Programs that open PJT files
FoxPro Project Memo File
2.0 | 2 Votes
A PJT file contains a project memo created by Microsoft Visual FoxPro, a database creation and management program for Windows. It stores notes about a FoxPro project (.PJX file), which may include the list of files referenced in the project, paths to their locations, and if they are compiled into the application file.
PJT files are not meant to be manually opened. Instead, they are referenced in the background of FoxPro when the associated PJX project file is opened.
PJT files bear the same name as the PJX files for which they store memos. For example, a PJT memo file associated with a project file named sample.pjx is named sample.pjt.
NOTE: PJT files are similar to .SCT files, which are used to contain textual notes about a FoxPro database form (.SCX file).