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Reading ACCESS DataBase

Posted on 1997-08-12
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I write a program in Delphi 1.0 to manage a DataBase . i need to know if i can READ Microsoft ACCESS tables or EXCEL tables to my program using API or dll or any other method  (without reading the tables binary format).


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by:ronny
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I don't think you hvae such facilities in Delphi 1.0. Try upgrading to Delphi 2.0 or 3.0.


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by:dyancer
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Delphi(1,2,3) for itself can not answer my Question .
 in the mean while time (after i had asked my Qeustion) ...
 i have learned that ODBC dll's can help me do so ...
 and now i need to find pascal interface to ODBC dll's .
 these interfaces can be found in C language as SQL.H and  SQLEXT.h can u help me find these files and i'll give you the  all POINTS.

Dyancer.
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sxh earned 50 total points
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hi dyancer

check out the Delphi Super Page or the Delphi Station, you should find a delphi 1+ component for accessing access.

Regards

sxh
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thank you very MUCH .....
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