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Comparing data in the excel spread sheet with mssql2000 server table using vb6

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Now, I have retrieved or imported data from excel spreadsheet to vb6 application. Now I want to compare this part of data with the one already existing in mssql2000 server(table name being same). If some data which is there in excel spread sheet not to be found in mssql2000 server then those data has to be stored in a seperate table in mssql server.
Can anyone please help me with the code....
Jul 12 '07 #1
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