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I want to access the foxpro database. Please give me the source code specifing where I will be mentioning the datbase name?
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Set db = Workspaces(0).OpenDatabase("C:\Databases\", False, False, "FoxPro 3.0;")
Set rs = db.OpenRecordset("MyData.dbf")

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Please give me the detailed source code(to access a recore in a table) it is really helpfull to me.
regards

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Well, the above is the source for opening the database.  For the rest of it, try checking out http://www.cynetcity.com/cyberzone/207 and look under DAO.  There is a complete explination there.
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