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Pervasive 2000 OLEDB

Pervasive 2000 OLEDB

Pervasive 2000 OLEDB

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Has anybody tried out the OLEDB interface that comes with Pervasive 2000. We have just upadted from Btrieve 6.15 and I had been using Colibri.OLEDB to access the data from ASP. However, this does not seem to be functioning very efficiently with Pervasive 2000. I was wondering what the pervasive OLEDB was like.

Mise Le Meas,

Mighty

RE: Pervasive 2000 OLEDB

You can download an evaluation copy of Pervasive.SQL 2000i with the latest OleDB. It isn't in the  SDK eval download since that is the SP2a version, but my understanding in talking to programmers is that it's much improved. Pervasive also has a "OleDB Best practices" paper posted on their site and quite a lot of info on the latest OleDB in the What's New manual included with SP3. I hope this helps.

Regards,
Pervasivite

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