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ADO & D-Isam

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I want to connect to a D-Isam Database using ADO.....?????could this be done if so howwwww ....???? the file has a .dat extension
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by:Senrad
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help needed as soon as possible
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majed100598 earned 200 total points
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Dont think more its not work , try another way to acheive the desired
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