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Connecting an EXISTING application to SQL database

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Hi

I need to connect an existing application to an SQL database. How to go
about doing that coz its an application created by a third party & I dont
even know how or in what programming language or what environmant that
application uses. It is an application called Roboform which is used for
auto filling logon forms or registration forms for users.

Does connecting this application to SQL database (so that it can pull up
values from tha database) require the knowledge of COM or smthg? or is it
possible with .NET? & How???

Please help.

Thanks
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pmud
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

Wow, what a question.
First, you'll need sources if you want to modify the application in any way
(if the application doesn't support plugins).
When you get the sources, you'll know what langues it is written in.
Then, let us know and we might be able to help.

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Miha Markic [MVP C#] - RightHand .NET consulting & development
SLODUG - Slovene Developer Users Group
www.rthand.com

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Hi

I need to connect an existing application to an SQL database. How to go
about doing that coz its an application created by a third party & I dont
even know how or in what programming language or what environmant that
application uses. It is an application called Roboform which is used for
auto filling logon forms or registration forms for users.

Does connecting this application to SQL database (so that it can pull up
values from tha database) require the knowledge of COM or smthg? or is it
possible with .NET? & How???

Please help.

Thanks
--
pmud

Jul 21 '05 #2

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