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Hi,

I want to ask whether a database can be created in Visual C++ by using ODBC classes, not using DAO classes.

If yes, is there any good example in doing this?

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Yes, sure you can. Actually, the ODBC and DAO classes are very very similar. You can almost convert DAO to ODBC simply by changing class names and not much else(CDaoDatabase->CDatabase, CDaoRecordset->CRecordSet).

sunj

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