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MSVC50 ODBC3.5 and MFC

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I just dl'd ODBC3.5 SDK from MS.
Do I need to recompile MFC or anything else in Visual C++ 5.0 .  And where in the IDE would I repoint the libs and includes.
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No.  MFC 4.23 supports ODBC 3.5 out of the box.

.B ekiM

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Just curious, where can I determine the MFC version?
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Ignore the last comment/question,  I must have been experiencing brain gas.  BTW I enjoyed your WROX Press 'MFC 4 Programming'.

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