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How to do a sql command ("Insert into ...") with ODBC

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Hi,

I want to do a direct sql command ("Insert into ...") with an ODBC connection.

I use vba excel (97) but i think it the same syntax in vb.

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mskannan earned 100 total points
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Hi didede,
I am giving you a simple code in VB to insert into a database

dim en as rdoenvironment
set en= rdoenvironments(0)
dim cn as rdoconnection
dim conn as string
conn$ = "DSN=temp;UID=sa;PWD=;DATABASE=emp;
set cn=en.openconnection("",rddrivernoprompt,false,conn$)
dim mysql as string;
mysql="Insert into employee values('James',26,'14/12/72');"
dim myQry as rdoquery
myqry.sql = mysql
myqry.execute
myqry.close
cn.close

Better try this one and feedback.
mskannan.
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