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Connecting to a dBASE database using CODE

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Hi there,

I just want to ask how can i connect to dBASE using codes.

thanks in advance!

brandon
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Bmaranan,

Dim dbDatabase as Database
Dim recDbf as RecordSet
Set dbDatabase = OpenDatabase("c:\dir", False, True, "dBase III;")
Set recDbf = dbDatabase.OpenRecordset("file.dbf", dbOpenTable, dbReadOnly)
recDbf.MoveFirst
Do While Not recDbf.EOF
 'put code here
 recDbf.MoveNext
Loop
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