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how do i connect ms-access through c/c++,please in detail
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manjucee
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MikeP090797Commented:
What compiler of c++, what version of access database?
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
I know only one (free) way: use Borland  Engine  in Borland 5.
but it is very complicated(and i don't find example in
Borlabd Doc). Review of problem you can find in
http://www.kinetica.com/ootips/persistent-objects.html 

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manjuceeAuthor Commented:
Hi  MikeP,
                  Turbo c++, ms-access 97
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coxCommented:
Using the Borland DataBaseTools... BDE (Borland Database Engine) You can conect with any odbc driver. ORACLE, SYSBASE, PARADOX, etc....

In borland 4.5 you found it.
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
But easiest way to use VC++ and class CRecordSet
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
I find answer for Borland programmist:
In BC5 there are MSF classes, and CRecordset , too.
Examples are in BC5\Examples\MFC\Database.
If you have BC5 and no examples, i can send you.
(Write you EMail).
If you haven't, you must get(buy, steal) it.
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manjuceeAuthor Commented:
hi  AlexVirochovsky,
                                  my Email mkurtakoti@hotmail.com
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