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RE: ODBC questionby buzzcutbuddha (Chaplain)
|on May 10, 2000 at 16:00 UTC||Need Help??|
BBQ gives good guidance on this issue. However, if you really want
to stick to Win32 Operations, and you think that you will never
ever move beyond it, you can use ADO, or Active X Data Objects.
ADO is an easy way to use Microsoft's OLE DB API. If you have
coded in ASP or VB, then you will find ADO pretty easy.
The benefit to ADO is that you can connect it to any database
does support ODBC...but for total portability, I'd suggest you follow