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how to use SQL in place of Adodc

I have been using Adodc recently to link my system in vb6 to my detabase until our professor required us recently to use SQL which is completely new to me and ive never encountered before. How is it related or is it related to Adodc or Adodb?im still on the process of researching my problem but since it is urgent i already posted it for me not to get stuck between these projects. I hope you understand and give some help.thanks and more power.
Mar 5 '08 #1
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ck9663
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What kind of database are you using right now? Most of these ADOs are just connector objects (for lack of better term) that you use to connect to a data source. You can always create ODBC connection and just re-configure that whenever your data source changes. However, you might've used some scripts that are specific to your current database. That, you still have to change.

-- CK
Mar 5 '08 #2
What kind of database are you using right now? Most of these ADOs are just connector objects (for lack of better term) that you use to connect to a data source. You can always create ODBC connection and just re-configure that whenever your data source changes. However, you might've used some scripts that are specific to your current database. That, you still have to change.

-- CK
thanks a lot. It served lot of help to my understanding regarding ADOs. We're using MS access right now.
Mar 12 '08 #3

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