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An MS-ACCESS Query In a VB application

Posted on 1998-12-10
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Is it possible to create a database in MS-ACCESS (including tables as well as queries) and to simply attach it to a VB application, and that the application may use the queries defined in access without generating it again?
 
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Are you using ADO or DAO?
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Yes, you can use all you want, except the forms.
Under DAO, you have to use the QueryDef for the queries
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