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I made a Delphi 3.0 project to pilote a database created with MS Access 97.
Every time I execute the application, a dialogue box appear on the screen and ask me the UserName and the PassWord to connect to my Access database. As you understood, I didn't put any password to connect to the database.

Who could tell me how to remove this dialogue box of my screen ????????
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Hi,

Are you using a tDataBase component? If you are, then set the "LogInPrompt" property to false, and it is gone.

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Claus Ziegler
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I found it by myself 2 days ago, but that's the solution. So you merit your 50 marks.

Thanks, Philou.
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