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VB6 - Sql server 2000 -- retreive table names and create views

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i am in a mess, i need to use visual basic 6 with sql server 2000 database..
could someone tell me the best component to use with sql ?
the project is as follow:
retreive table names in a combo box, then choose a field, then set conditions, then create sql views according to these conditions..

seems simple, but i am really quizzed, could someone help ? as a start with the component and how to retreive table names from sql database and add them to the combo box ?

any help will be greatly appreciated, many thanks in advance
Mar 4 '07 #1
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Hi. you would normally use ADO objects to work with sql server. Google 'vb ADO tutorial' and you will have plenty to read up on. Good luck
Mar 4 '07 #2
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i tried and did lots of searches..
can u please help me with at least "how to retreive table names from the sql db" ?? thanks in advance :)
Mar 4 '07 #3
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There is all the help you need where you 'tried and did lots of searches'. TSDN is not a tutorial site. When you have implemented some code and get stuck you are welcome to return here and ask for assistance.
Mar 5 '07 #4
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Hi AkMaLiTo,

I am new to this forum and was searching for an answer for a question that was similar to yours.

I found a page below which I believe will be of help to you.


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Many thanks,

Mar 19 '07 #5

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