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MS Access and VB.NET 2005

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Hi,

I try to use new DataSource wizard to create a connection to MS Access 2003
with VB.NET 2003.
Unfortunetly after I created the solution when I try to use getdata button I
get and error that MS Access DB not found. I cretaed folder in under my
project and call it as DB and mdb file name was DDB.mdb.

First run was I get above error and second time when I try to cionstruct
again it tells me to its going to add the mdb file under my solution and I am
still getting error.

Does anyone know how to construct this or what should I do to change in my
config file to accept new string that point correct folder with correct files?
Thank you.

Rgds,
Niyazi

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"Niyazi via AccessMonster.com" <u26983@uwewrote in
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I try to use new DataSource wizard to create a connection to MS
Access 2003 with VB.NET 2003.
Unfortunetly after I created the solution when I try to use
getdata button I get and error that MS Access DB not found. I
cretaed folder in under my project and call it as DB and mdb file
name was DDB.mdb.

First run was I get above error and second time when I try to
cionstruct again it tells me to its going to add the mdb file
under my solution and I am still getting error.

Does anyone know how to construct this or what should I do to
change in my config file to accept new string that point correct
folder with correct files?
You're trying to access a Jet database from a programming
environment that Access doesn't use.

Your question has zilch to do with MS Access.

Post it in a .NET group.

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David W. Fenton http://www.dfenton.com/
usenet at dfenton dot com http://www.dfenton.com/DFA/
Sep 26 '06 #2

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