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Access Database VB6 Blues, Help....

Access Database VB6 Blues, Help....

Access Database VB6 Blues, Help....

I am basically looking for some source code samples to write to an access database I have created. I'm having a ton of trouble with the infamous Access 2003 unrecognized database format via the data access control. Yes I have downloaded all the necessary files SP6 and MDAO 2.8. I want to bypass this control all together and just read and write to the database through code in my VB6 project. Any source code relating to this thread will be very helpful.

RE: Access Database VB6 Blues, Help....

Look for ADO tutorials and/or code. There are many examples in the fora and on the net. You can also download samples from code bank sites such as www.planetsourcecode.com. Thread222-628778 can give you a start.


RE: Access Database VB6 Blues, Help....

And are you setting the proper refereence in your project????

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