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ANTY90
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Hi.
Tell me how one can program the connection to a database without using adodc or DAO.
I would be glad to know this from anybody.
Happy new year.
Jan 1 '08 #1
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werks
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Happy New Year..

What do you mean? Are you looking for alternative connection to the database?
Jan 1 '08 #2

lotus18
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hi
tell me how one can progrm the connection to database without using adodc or dao
i would be glad to know this from anybody
jappy new year
Hi

You can use ADO if you like : )

Rey Sean
Jan 2 '08 #3

debasisdas
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the best solution is to use ADO.

select ado library from project ------> reference

then try this sample code
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  1. Dim con As New adodb.connection
  2. Dim rs As New adodb.recordset
  3.  
  4. 'for connection to oracle
  5. con.Open "Provider=MSDAORA.1;Password=tiger;User ID=scott;Data Source=orcl;Persist Security Info=True"
  6. rs.Open "sqlstatment",con. , 
  7. ...........
  8. ..............
  9.  
Jan 2 '08 #4

ANTY90
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Happy New Year..

What do you mean? are you looking for alternative connection to the database?
Yes werks, I donít want to use adodc, adodb etc. I donít want to use any of the predefined keywords.
You have an answer
Jan 2 '08 #5

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...I donít want to use any of the predefined keywords.
You want to create your own programming language? Why?
Jan 2 '08 #6

debasisdas
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Yes werks, I donít want to use adodc, adodb etc. I donít want to use any of the predefined keywords.
You have an answer
Then you need to define your own programming language
Jan 2 '08 #7

QVeen72
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Hi,
Its ok if you dont want to use ADODC, so why not ADODB?
When ADO Objects are at your disposal and are made so simple, why go a round about way?
For ages we are using ADO's , So what problem are you finding with that..?

Regards
Veena
Jan 2 '08 #8

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Hi.
Tell me how one can program the connection to a database without using adodc or DAO.
I would be glad to know this from anybody.
Happy new year.
I think there is no point in reinventing the wheel
Jan 2 '08 #9

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