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Using C access MS Access without ODBC

Posted on 1998-10-06
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Is there a product or library available that will enable me to access MS Access using C without ODBC?
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Question by:jimboat
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by:jimboat
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by:Bonev
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DAO
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by:jimboat
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I need also to access the data from 16 bit platforms.  DAO is restricted to 32 bits.  Is there a 16 bit solution.
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by:Bonev
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I don't think so.
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by:jimboat
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Bonev,

Your comments have been helpful and are appreciated.  Is there a way to give you a portion of the points?

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by:Bonev
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Jimboat, thank you. You can reduce the points to the level you are comfortable with.
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by:jimboat
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Bonev, Why don't you just submit an answer to the question.  I see no way to reduce the points.  Though you did not have the answer I was looking for, your comments led me to an alternate solution.  (We decided to break down and use ODBC).  So you should be entitled to the points.  Thanks
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Bonev earned 400 total points
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Under 32-bit Windows you can use DAO. Unfortunately DAO is not available under Windows 3.x and I'm not aware of any other alternative to ODBC.

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