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Retrieve and update from SQL

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Hi All

I'm retrieving data from a SQL Server with C++. I need to retrieve a row
and update some column in this retrieved row.

Is this possible ? How could I do it ? Could anybody send me o tell me
where could I found a good sample ?

Thanks in advance

J
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Javier wrote:
Hi All

I'm retrieving data from a SQL Server with C++. I need to retrieve a row
and update some column in this retrieved row.

Is this possible ? How could I do it ?


Use the programming API for the database you are trying to connect to?

I mean, that is what I would do, but maybe I am just silly.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Noah Roberts wrote:
Javier wrote:
Hi All

I'm retrieving data from a SQL Server with C++. I need to retrieve a
row and update some column in this retrieved row.

Is this possible ? How could I do it ?

Use the programming API for the database you are trying to connect to?

I mean, that is what I would do, but maybe I am just silly.


Thanks for your reply.

Yes, I'm using ADO to access to MSDE. I've been "googling" and got some
samples about retrieve data in a recordset and it worked fine, but I
need to update retrieved data and I couldn't find info about it...

J
Jul 23 '05 #3

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Noah Roberts <nr******@dontemailme.com> wrote in message news:<11*************@corp.supernews.com>...
Javier wrote:
Hi All

I'm retrieving data from a SQL Server with C++. I need to retrieve a row
and update some column in this retrieved row.

Is this possible ? How could I do it ?


Use the programming API for the database you are trying to connect to?

I mean, that is what I would do, but maybe I am just silly.


Hi,

You can use odbc connection to your database ( if it supports )

Johan
Jul 23 '05 #4

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