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Delphi & Access DB

Posted on 1997-04-27
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Dear  Experts ;

     Generally we use DB of Paradox with Delphi right.. and if I want to use DB of Ms. Access.  Can I use ?  If it can ,
How to use and how to code ?
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by:jmstolting
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yes, but you'll have to use ODBC, since native access delphi drivers will become available from delphi 3
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by:miv
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Delphi 3 is released.
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lkovac earned 30 total points
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You can access it via ODBC driver, or you can use Ariel Development Environment . For more detait about the latter look at http://www.wizzkids.com/ariel.html or contact ariel@hpp.com
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