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Using ACCESS Data Base withoit ODBC with C++ Builder ?

Using ACCESS Data Base withoit ODBC with C++ Builder ?

Using ACCESS Data Base withoit ODBC with C++ Builder ?

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Hi,
Who can help me to access to an ACCESS Data base without using ODBC ? I try it as described in the documentation without success ! Do you have an axlanation and perhaps a little example to demonstrate the funcyionality ?
Thank's for your reply

RE: Using ACCESS Data Base withoit ODBC with C++ Builder ?

you can try to install the native Driver instead of the ODBC driver. The programming interface is the same.

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RE: Using ACCESS Data Base withoit ODBC with C++ Builder ?

I have successfully used the Diamond ADO instead of the BDE (or ODBC) to easily tie into MS Access.  Their component easily installs in Borland C++ Builder 4.0 and a trial version is available as shareware at www.islamov.com. ; It's a great product and seems very solid.  It also comes with some easy to follow samples.

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