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Connecting VB 4 App to SQL Server Database

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What method other than ODBC can I use to open and connect to a SQL Server Database in my VB 4.0 app?  If other method(s) are available, please reply with code.

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-David
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by:clifABB
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As far as I know, ODBC is the only way.
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by:yowkee
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The other way might be using DB Library provided by SQL Server. As I remember, there is something call VBSQL may go thru this way. I didn't have the reference on hand, can't confirm about it.
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You can use OLEDB and ActiveX Data Objects.  I would reccommend using these as they are easy to use and provide you with move functionality then RDO (ver. 2.0) of ADO does anyways.
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by:dfhaines
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Jagar,

Before I accept your answer, are their ActiveX Data Objects and/or OLEDB in VB 4.0?  

David
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Jagar,

Before I accept your answer, are their ActiveX Data Objects and/or OLEDB in VB 4.0?  

David

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