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can i make my own query in vb6?

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hi everyone.. kinda new in vb6, just have a question... can i make my own query in vb6?back-end is access..for example i can just select from a separate combobox for name and course or name and address or course and address..something like that..
Apr 12 '07 #1
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iburyak
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Move this to Access Forum.
Apr 12 '07 #2

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hi everyone.. kinda new in vb6, just have a question... can i make my own query in vb6?back-end is access..for example i can just select from a separate combobox for name and course or name and address or course and address..something like that..

Hi...

Yes...yes...yes...



GoodLuck...
Apr 13 '07 #3

Dököll
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Hi...

Yes...yes...yes...



GoodLuck...
Listen to Esmael, Sir rainierzarate. If you are communicting/querying to your Access back-end, then sure, VB allows you that too...Please search a little deeper though this forum, you'll find helpful hints on how to achieve this task.

Welcome!

Dököll
Apr 13 '07 #4

Dököll
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Listen to Esmael, Sir rainierzarate. If you are communicting/querying to your Access back-end, then sure, VB allows you that too...Please search a little deeper though this forum, you'll find helpful hints on how to achieve this task.

Welcome!

Dököll
You should also consider using adodc, whereby VB interacts with Access with minimal coding via DataReport/Data Environment. Again, if this is related to only Access, it belongs in the Access forum, if i is not added on your behalf...
Apr 13 '07 #5

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what should i do?
Apr 14 '07 #6

Dököll
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what should i do?
I am not sure which part you're replying to :-)
Apr 14 '07 #7

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