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I have a dialog class from which i will be storing data read
thro'the edit box into a sql server, using Ole DB consumer class. Should my dialog class be derived from COleDialog box or could it have an access from ordinary CDialog class
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Tommy Hui earned 10 total points
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You can do it from an ordinary CDialog class, since you probably are not going to have ActiveX controls in your dialog.
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Yeah i won't be using ActiveX controls. So I think i make consumer class of Ole DB as the data member of CDialog class.
 Is that right ?....
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