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VB Connection String for Access DB

VB Connection String for Access DB

VB Connection String for Access DB

Hi...in my .aspx connection file, I have the following codes.

<script language="VB" runat="server">
<Dim myConnection as new OleDbConnection
connectionString="Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=C:\database\tblPhone.mdb"  

I am getting this error....Compiler Error Message: BC30183: Keyword is not valid as an identifier.

I am new with VB/aspx programming so I'd probably need to recode.  Any help is appreciated.

RE: VB Connection String for Access DB

Wrong forum.  Post this in the Visual Basic.Net forum or the ASP.Net forum.

I hope that helps.  



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