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Hi,
Can I use ado .Net to write non manage application in vc++???
What is exactly msde and did it better then access??
What are the best tools to use it?
What is the different between msde and odbc?
where can i find msde2000 knowlage base?

How can I use vs.Net to manipulate msde-2000 data base like building table
and see the data base did vs.Net have good tools to work with msde and were
can I learn about them??

is better to write not mange database c++ application in visual studio .net
or vs-6?
thanks
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Dave,
Can I use ado .Net to write non manage application in vc++???
No ADONET is a part of dotNet (managed code)
What is exactly msde and did it better then access??
MSDE is a database not a file and therefore by instance not easy to replace
by a user, however this is only a simple aspect, it is as well much faster.
It has limits one of them 4Gb data.
What are the best tools to use it?
VisualStudioNet or the full version of SQLServer
What is the different between msde and odbc?
Nothing, however to use odbc is not clever with that, there is a special SQL
connection, which passes as well code that OleDb uses and therefore is
faster.
where can i find msde2000 knowlage base?
On MSDN, however the documentation of MSDE is in my opinion really very poor
and not consistent. There is told that this will be better with the next
version SQL server Express.

How can I use vs.Net to manipulate msde-2000 data base like building table
and see the data base did vs.Net have good tools to work with msde and
were
can I learn about them??
Visual Studio Net however absolute is not complete, by instance for deleting
a database are no tools and you should write that yourself, or get that
from internet or use the tools from SQL server for that.

I hope that this gives some idea's?

Cor
is better to write not mange database c++ application in visual studio
.net
or vs-6?
thanks

Jul 21 '05 #2

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